Nature in Felt by Pam Chilton is the second of our 2020 season or Art Exhibitions in the Tea Room.
Rachel McNaughton is one of the most popular artists who exhibit here, so we are delighted that we will be showcasing her work for the June Art in the Tearoom Exhibition..
For the Love of Plants is the first of our 2020 season or Art Exhibitions in the Tea Room. It features the works of Judith Hartup and Marianee Harlington.
Looking at how to get the best out of greenhouse, polytunnel or other protected growing space all through the year.
Create your own needle felted animal sculpture to take home
Garden owner Vanessa Cook aims to show you the variety of small trees available and how they can offer year round colour.
Each year the gardens are open as part of the National Garden Scheme. In addition to the garden we will have an art exhibition in the tea room. We will also have plants on sale in the nursery, many of which you can see in the garden as you wander round.
The perfect course for people who want to grow vegetables this summer for the first time, with an emphasis on vegetables that grow well in Yorkshire
Join Tony Chalcraft on this half-day Organic Vegetable Gardening Course where he will show you how to get the most from your vegetable garden, whatever the size, and have fresh vegetables all year round.
Chris Moss is back for another of her popular half-day wire sculpture courses. Early booking recommended.