Twenty four acres of woodland gardens, famed for its spring flowering shrubs offering beautiful colour, but in Autumn the shelterbelts of beech trees turn a glorious gold, while more exotic species such as acers, azaleas, Ginkgo and Katsura reflect their fiery reds and oranges in the pools of the Addicombe brook. A garden that truly exhibits “autumn colour” offering members some delightful photographic opportunities. The tour will start promptly at 2p.m.
£8.00 to include afternoon tea at the end of the tour. Booking essential (before 18th October please). Contact Maggie Potter (t. 01626 879806; e. firstname.lastname@example.org). By kind permission of Mrs Rosemary Howell.