Pick up a programme from any Open Garden on 27 or 28 June. £3 admits you to all.
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.
Fr Martin's son has just published a book on Ships & Shipping.
“Woodview”, 9 Queen Street: Roger & Sheila Gascoigne. Small enclosed garden with lower and upper lawns. Small borders with a variety of roses and clematis.
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.
“Apsley” 65a Newland Street: Janet Jones. Well matured walled garden with large variety of shrubs.
2 Newlands Close: Alan & Irmard Smith (front only). Well-designed cottage garden with a wide variety of clematis.
Eynsham Front Garden Awards coincide with Open Gardens but are currenlty made every year, to help the village keep looking good.
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.
Thanks for allowing the gardeners to take time out!
35 Wytham View: Mike & Joan Northcott. Nice well kept secluded, colourful garden. Serving teas with home-made cakes in aid of the Eynsham Day Centre.
Mickeysands, 44 Back Lane: Mike & Sandra Jinks. All year round garden recently altered requiring less maintenance. A collection of “small rooms” linked together under a canopy of conifers. Large raised pond with waterfall, summerhouse and many relaxed seating areas.
14 Clover Place: Andy & Cindy Creasey. A small, pretty, colourful garden full of plants
138 Spareacre Lane: Wendy William. 80 foot north facing garden, a bit of a jungle with clearings. Greenhouse and wildlife pond with goldfish.
78 Shakespeare Road: Simon & Sandra Harbour. A wildlife-friendly, medium sized garden, with ponds, greenhouse and raised vegetable beds. Spot the gothic characters and the 3-star "Creature Comforts" accommodation.