A 21st century garden with interest for everyone, Brightwater Gardens comprises a magical 8 acre garden, a small lake, arboretum with rarer trees, wildflower meadows, winter garden, thousands of snowdrops, crocus, narcissi and bluebells. Group bookings and coaches by appointment.
Tea, coffee and biscuits available, picnics allowed, good parking and toilets available.
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Asters and Autumn Colour
(Special Event) – Sunday 2 October 11am-4pm.
Come enjoy the garden in early October with the rich colours of early Autumn throughout the garden. Many different varieties of Aster shining amongst late perennials the Prairie Borders. Colchicum’s, cyclamen and (hopefully) the first of the Autumn crocus. Cake and sandwiches will be served with tea and coffee in the Hay Barn. Not forgetting a visit to Capability Brown’s Church.
Also the launch of The Friends of Saxby Church -Friday 30 September 7pm
A concert of Contemporary and Country Music – presented by AnnieCollett and her friends.
During the interval our patron Steffie Shields will introduce her book ‘Moving Heaven and Earth’ about Lancelot ‘ Capability’ Brown and talk about his connection with St. Helen’s Church. Tickets £8.50 – to include Cheese and Wine
Tickets available from Chris Neave 01673 878820 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Just three quarters of a mile from the garden is our natural burial meadow.
Adjacent to an established area of woodland and meadow – this wildflower meadow is planted with glades of native trees and is where we offer woodland burials. The good diversity provides a rich habitat for birds and other wildlife.
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