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Cotswold Gardens at Elkstone
Sunday 8th June 2014, 2:00 - 6:00 pm

Amble through a selection of beautiful private gardens in this unique Cotswold village setting, soak up the atmosphere in the Norman Church, enjoy cream teas, homemade cakes or ice creams and enjoy a tractor ride through farmland with sensational views.

Funds raised will help support our church and village hall. Please come and join us Adults £4.00, Children free, Parking included. No dogs please.

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Previous visitors have said:
‘Cream teas in a beautiful garden - this is England at its very best.’
‘This village has such a lovely atmosphere and community spirit.’
‘We saw the day mentioned in the paper this morning and have travelled from Brecon. It has been so worthwhile.’

Culland Hall
Specialist Plant Fair and Open Gardens
SUNDAY 8th JUNE 2014, 11am – 4pm
Culland Hall, Culland, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 3BW

Tucked away down a winding Derbyshire lane lies Culland Hall and its’ exquisite 4 acre gardens. Nurtured over the past twenty years by owner Lucy Thompson, this gem of a garden is open just one day each year in aid of local charity Mid Derbyshire Association for Mobile Physiotherapy – a charity close to Lucy’s heart. It is pretty rare to find a garden offering quite so much - over 100 varieties of roses (look out for Konigin von Danemark), a Victorian walled kitchen garden, woodland walk, colour-themed borders inspired by Sissinghurst, amongst others, and a huge selection of rare and specialist plants. All this sits majestically, surrounded by lake and parkland, under Culland’s beady-eyed flock of Lleyn and Jacob ewes.

Entrance: £5.00. Children Free. Free Car Park. Culland Hall is just 6 miles south of Ashbourne and 7 miles north of Derby, off the A52 at Brailsford. For further information please contact Isobel James on 01335 350 737/07870 171 872 or The Mid-Derbyshire Association for Mobile Physiotherapy (MDAMP) offers free mobile physiotherapy service to the housebound, based on GP referral. Reg. Charity no. 1112204.

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