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Eynsham Parish Council

Open Gardens

  • 2009-01
    Photo: Eynsham Online 27/06/2009

    St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Abbey Street: Martin and Frances Flatman. Large garden and grounds newly developed in the last 3 years. Fête on Saturday. Teas both days in aid of St Peter’s Church.

  • 2009-02
    Photo: Eynsham Online 27/06/2009

    St peter’s garden II: end of formal area.

  • 2009-03
    Photo: Eynsham Online 27/06/2009

    The Gables, Queen Street entrance: David & Gemma Ferrier. Large mature garden, with well established trees, including a magnificent acacia grown since the days of Waterloo, lawns and herbaceous borders. Still work in progress. Teas and refreshments in aid of Cassington Pre-school Playgroup.

  • 2009-04
    Photo: Eynsham Online 27/06/2009

    Electric blue at “Apsley” 65a Newland Street: Janet Jones. Well matured walled garden with large variety of shrubs.

  • 2009-05
    Photo: Eynsham Online 27/06/2009

    “Apsley” 65a Newland Street: a venerable Japanese maple.

  • 2009-06
    Photo: Eynsham Online 27/06/2009

    It’s good to share ...

  • 2009-07
    Photo: Eynsham Online 28/06/2009

    Frog band ... another quirky corner of Eynsham.

  • 2009-08
    Photo: Eynsham Online 27/06/2009

    Hypericum at 24 Beech Road (entrance from footpath at rear): Paul & Verity Hughes. A restful, secluded garden of herbaceous plants and shrubs in muted colours. Borders raised on a dry stone wall with wildlife pond and shady fern area.

  • 2009-09
    Photo: Eynsham Online 27/06/2009

    A productive corner at 14 Clover Place: Andy & Cindy Creasey. A small, pretty, colourful garden full of plants.

  • 2009-10
    Photo: Eynsham Online 27/06/2009

    Tonal values from hosta, campanula and perennial geraniums in Garden 13.

  • 2009-11
    Photo: Eynsham Online 28/06/2009

    Penstemon at 138 Spareacre Lane: Wendy William (Garden 15). “80 foot north facing garden, a bit of a jungle with clearings”. Greenhouse and wildlife pond with goldfish.

  • 2009-12
    Photo: Eynsham Online 28/06/2009

    Hibiscus at 78 Shakespeare Road: Simon & Sandra Harbour (Garden 17). A wildlife-friendly, medium sized garden, with ponds, greenhouse and raised vegetable beds. Spot the gothic characters and the 3-star "Creature Comforts" accommodation.

  • 2009-13
    Photo: Eynsham Online 28/06/2009

    Three-star "Creature Comforts" accommodation in Simon & Sandra’s garden.

  • 2011-01
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    92 Acre End Street - Ursula Howard & Stephen Yeo. A corner for wildlife in this cottage garden with a mix of informal and formal planting. Plenty of trees. A new allotment for vegetables and fruit takes up part of the front garden - now open as a “garden share”.

  • 2011-02
    Photo: Eynsham Online 24/06/2011

    92 Acre End Street.

  • 2011-04
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    92 Acre End Street.

  • 2011-05
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    92 Acre End Street.

  • 2011-06
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    92 Acre End Street.

  • 2011-07
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    92 Acre End Street.

  • 2011-08
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    92 Acre End Street.

  • 2011-09
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    92 Acre End Street; return to image gallery >>

  • 2011-10
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    92 Acre End Street.

  • 2011-11
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    63 Newland Street - Brian Hyde. Mature gardens back and front. Trees, shrubs and herbaceous borders with lovely high old stone wall as backdrop.Large rockery, pond and greenhouse.

  • 2011-12
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    63 Newland Street.

  • 2011-13
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    18 Orchard Close - Ruth & Philip Spencer. Low maintenance garden designed to cope whilst we disappeared to follow other interests. Planting began in August 2008 and consists of a high proportion of perennials and shrubs with a patio and gravelled areas.

  • 2011-14
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    18 Orchard Close.

  • 2011-15
    Photo: Eynsham Online 25/06/2011

    18 Orchard Close.

  • 2011-16
    Photo: Eynsham Online 26/06/2011

    The Elms, Oxford Road - Christine & Charles Woodward. A 40 year old garden in the making and still constantly evolving. Recent tree additions include a catalpa, an ornamental hawthorn and a prunus. There are many corners to sit and relax in; a sunny arbour, a conservatory, or in the shade by the pond.

  • 2011-17
    Photo: Eynsham Online 26/06/2011

    The Elms, Oxford Road.

  • 2011-18
    Photo: Eynsham Online 26/06/2011

    The Elms, Oxford Road.

  • 2011-19
    Photo: Eynsham Online 26/06/2011

    The Elms, Oxford Road.

  • 2011-20
    Photo: Eynsham Online 26/06/2011

    The Elms, Oxford Road.

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