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The Countess of Warwick became a fully paid up Socialist in 1904 and installed Red Vicars in Thaxted and Tilty churches. Our Archivists will tell the story!
In May it is the handkerchief tree that steals the show but there is lots to see across the Gardens: the cherry blossom and crab apple blossom; and the first irises, alliums and roses.
Children love the treehouse, crafts and trail and learning about the Countess’ baby elephant! There will be a range of stalls, including plant, plant supports and craft stall.
Local duo, Karen and Tony, will be performing their acclaimed mix of traditional and contemporary folk songs in two sets at 12.00 and 2.00.
Our volunteers will provide locally sourced bacon, cheese or hummus rolls; homemade cakes; and hot and cold drinks until they run out – or till 4.00pm.
Gates Open 11.00 am. Tickets are available in advance, here and direct through Trybooking.com. Tickets will also be available on the Gate. What3words for the entrance to the car park is stocky.bulletins.opponent
More information is on our visitor information page.