Open Gardens

WHAT:    Drinkstone Open Gardens
WHEN:   Saturday 17th June 2017, 12.30pm to 5.30pm

WHERE:  Drinkstone Village Hall, Gedding Road, Drinkstone, Suffolk, IP30 9SZ

Map and directions – here

Garden descriptions – here.

Drinkstone is very rural and our gardens reflect that, many with stunning views across open rolling countryside. From thatched cottages with roses, through to landscaped parkland, we have a varied selection of 17 gardens open in our rural village in the heart of beautiful Suffolk, the county of rolling landscapes and big skies.

We are pleased to have two NGS gardens opening for us, one of which is set in the beautiful and historic surroundings of Drinkstone Park. Come and find the garden with the quirky topiary teapot …

17 gardens will be open to view – including some new ones not opened before. At the Village Hall, there will be plant sales and refreshments.

Entry by programme: £5.00 per adult (includes free cup of tea or coffee), accompanied children under 16 free. From any of these locations on the day after 12.30pm:
 The Village Hall foyer
 Ambers, Park Road
Your programme highlights all the gardens with a map of where they are, where you can park and any accessibility restrictions.

Drinkstone is quite spread out and use of car to get around is advisable. Use the Village Hall car park for programmes, refreshments and plant sales – and viewing some of the gardens. Parking areas for the other gardens are shown in the programme.

Tea, coffee, cake, savoury scones and sausage rolls in the Village Hall

In the Village Hall

All proceeds from this event go to All Saints’ Church.

Find us on these sites:

Suffolk Tourist Guide

UK National Directory of Open Gardens

Visit Suffolk