East Clandon, Surrey – open gardens and more…

  At the foot of the North Downs, between the National Trust owned properties Clandon Park and Hatchlands Park lies the quaint village of East Clandon.  Situated less than 5 miles from the busy Junction 10 of the M25 this tiny village of largely 16th and 17th century brick and timber houses boasts an active... Continue Reading →

Shere Open Gardens, June 2016

    A village gardens open scheme is a great way to take in several gardens in one afternoon, whilst enjoying a glimpse into the backyards of houses not usually open to the public. Shere, near Guildford in Surrey is far from your typical Surrey stereotypical dormitory, since much of the village is still owned by... Continue Reading →

Surrey gardens and tea in beautiful Shere

The glorious sunshine this Valentine's weekend saw so many visitors enjoying the delights our gardens have to offer.  My adventures took me around the Surrey Hills, starting off with a walk around the very busy and ever popular Polesden Lacey, surely the most visited National Trust property in the South of England.  New shoots are... Continue Reading →

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