http://www.impingtonmill.org Followed by optional lunch at Oakington Garden Centre, Dry Drayton Road, Oakington CB24 3BD - please book in advance with Alan Brown for numbers, but pay on the day.Find out more »
http://www.murrayedwards.cam.ac.uk/exploring/gardens/gardens/ Guided tour, £4 members, £5 guests. Limited parking on site.Find out more »
http://www.placeforplants.co.uk Entrance and tour £7 per head. Light lunch £5 - payable in advance.Find out more »
You may enjoy this optional afternoon visit following The Place for Plants. Entry is free to RHS members with card, which includes one further family member free of charge. Standard entry: group of 10 minimum for £9 entry, otherwise £10 per head. Tour £3 per head. Group will be booked if viable, 2 weeks in advance. https://www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/hyde-hall?utm_medium=cpc&gclid=CK_k8fHa9sgCFYrpwgod1j4IXQFind out more »
Magnificent gardens and aviary. http://www.waddesdon.org.uk/gardens/ 10:30 - meet at coffee shop. 11:30 - Manor Gardens tour. 14:30 - timed House tour (1 1/2 hours). General entrance to Gardens and House is free to NT members with card. Otherwise, CGT members £14, guests £16. Garden tour is £4 for all - we need at least 15 people to make this viable, and it has to be booked in advance, so please do sign up for this as soon as possible, and by…Find out more »
Coffee followed by garden tour with head gardener Dave Barton. The tour includes a visit to the Parker Library. Entrance in Trumpington Street (King's College end), opposite Sam Smiley cake shop. http://www.corpus.cam.ac.ukFind out more »
A private, 60-minute chauffeured punt tour with commentary, towards Jesus Lock and back, by Scudamore's Punting. Please book and pay by the end of April.Find out more »
Please use the main entrance to the College in St Andrew's St (opposite Downing St and John Lewis); signs will direct you to the Robert Gardner Room where we will meet for coffee before the tour. http://www.emma.cam.ac.ukFind out more »
A walk guided by a CGT member and/or using Research Group Walks leaflet as self-guide. Meet at the main entrance to King's College in King's Parade. You can download the Walking Leaflets here: WalkingLeafletsFind out more »
Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust is pleased to welcome all gardeners & historians to a Special Conference on Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown 300 years on: a celebration of his life and work in Cambridgeshire 1 – 4 September 2016 ‘There wants a good plan!’ – a weekend of lectures, guided tours and a conference dinner, for members and guests of The Gardens Trust, at Robinson College, Grange Road, Cambridge CB3 9AN. Welcome to Cambridge - our ‘good plan’ offers: Tours, lectures…Find out more »
General event information
The events programme is updated annually and includes an exciting array of events throughout the year. Coming to events is a good way of supporting Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust.
Tickets must be purchased at least one week ahead of the visit. If a visit is subsidised by the Trust, the members’ ticket price has been reduced.
Postcodes (when known) are shown on tickets to facilitate use of car satellite navigation devices or you may wish to download a map from one of the internet mapping sites (eg. Google Maps).
Tickets are available from Mr Alan Brown, Foxhollow, 239 High Street, Offord Cluny, St Neots, Cambridgeshire PE19 5RT. Enclose an SAE and cheque made payable to Cambridgeshire Gardens Trust.
To avoid disappointment please book at least one week in advance. If exceptionally payment is delayed until the day of the visit it must be made by cheque. Please note that tickets should normally be purchased by members. However, non-members (eg. people expressing interest by visiting this website) may purchase a ticket/tickets for one event only. Subsequent visits to be on the basis of a current membership – details on the Join page.
Alan Brown will be the usual contact for more information or to advise of a visit cancellation.Contact him on tel. 01480 811947 or email [email protected].
For information about events put on by other Gardens Trusts, and nearby organisations that may be of interest, please see our Links page (under About Us).