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July Open Day: Remembering the Gardens in the World Wars

July Open Day: Remembering the Gardens in the World Wars
Date And Time
21-07-2024 @
The Gardens of Easton Lodge

There was an airfield in the Easton Lodge estate during WW2 and it was a training ground for WW1. Information from the Trust’s archives and from other exhibitors will tell the stories of the men and women involved.

Music duo, Perfect Vintage, will sing 1940s songs to evoke the era.

Visitors will find something of interest for all, with a Garden trail and crafts specifically for the children.

The Gardens will also be at their best in July, with lots of colour and vegetables growing apace in the walled kitchen garden.

Hot bacon/cheese/hummus rolls, homemade cakes and hot and cold drinks.

Adult entry £5.50 if bought in advance or £6.50 on the gate.
Children under 16 FREE
Dogs on leads welcome.

Advance tickets will be refunded if the Trust has to decide the Gardens cannot open, due to a significant risk to visitors and volunteers, for example from adverse weather or very poor ground conditions.

For more visitor information please go to our visitor information page.