Open Gardens For Wildlife

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c. Tom Marshall

Event details

Mon, 28/05/2018 - 1:30pm - 4:30pm

For the fourth year, Tim and Juliet Foden open their beautiful and extensive wildlife-friendly garden in support of Cheshire Wildlife Trust.

Tim has over the years indulged in his passion for trees and has an extensive collection. But you'll see more than trees during your visit. After a stroll through the elegant woodland, the garden opens up into a wildflower meadow with several old marl pits where dragonflies and damselflies dance across these jewel-like pools. The surrounding meadows are a haven for butterflies and other insects.

As you return to the house, you can explore the delightful courtyard and enjoy tea and cakes served on the lawn. Cheshire Wildlife Trust will be there to chat about wildlife friendly gardening and our work to protect local wildlife and wild places.

All proceeds from the entrance fee and gift shop will go directly to helping wildlife in Cheshire.

Parking available on site. Family event suitable for all.

Ground is undulating and there are some bee hives in close proximity to the path. There are warning signs in place.


Venue location

Rowley House,Forty Acre Lane, Kermincham, Holmes Chapel,

Event information

Monday 28th May 2018
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Price / Donation
£5.00 (Free for children under 16)
Suitable for All Ages
Open Day
Cheshire Wildlife Trust
Venue location
Rowley House,Forty Acre Lane, Kermincham, Holmes Chapel,
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Contact details
Tel: 01948 820728
Cheshire Wildlife Trust / Tim Foden