Enjoy the gardens together with a 'PROMS' concert in a marquee featuring the combined Rutland and Peterborough Concert bands together with Fortissimo.
Doors open 5pm, concert starts 6pm. gardens open 8-9pm.
Tickets in advance only, price £10 includes hog roast. Vegetarian/ vegan option available. family ticket £25.Licensed bar. No dogs. Limited seating so bring your patriotic prom paraphernalia, chairs and rugs.
Tickets from firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 01733 380216
Opening is in aid of St Kyneburgha Building Preservation Trust and is to celebrate 100 years of Winfreys living at Castor House.
Under the National Gardens Scheme
Sunday 18th August 2-5pm. Homemade teas and plant stall. Admission £6. Children 16 and under free.
Private visits by appointment
A small number of groups are welcome to visit each year.
Minimum of 20, cost £8 per head.
Tea/ coffee and biscuits included.
The C17 house was built for the Bishop of Peterborough. The specimen trees in the woodland and the cedars were planted c.1850.
The main gardens were extensively redesigned in 2010.
“Hot” flower border (July/August/ September)
Rose Garden planted with over 40 different varieties of roses, mainly ‘Roses of the year’ & ‘Gold Standard’ roses
Spring fed stream garden with three interlinked ponds
Potager together with greenhouse and tropical borders
Peony and prunus walk
Willow arbour and hydrangea 'Annabel' walk
Attractive C17 house (not open)
Tea room seating 30
1 acre walled kitchen garden, now an orchard with 40+ named apple varieties.
8 acres of woodland planted c1850, including pets' graveyard