Bisham Open Gardens
Bisham Berkshire, near Marlow, Bucks
Sunday 28th June 2015
12.30pm to 5.30pm
Come and enjoy a lovely day out in the picturesque Village and parish of Bisham, Berks, which borders Marlow, Bucks. 8 or more gardens will be open, plus the historic riverside 12th Century All Saints Church, and Bisham Abbey. At least 4 of the gardens are riverside and one can only be visited by boat from Marlow Meadows!
Ploughman’s lunches, Pimms, teas, coffee, homemade cakes and boat trips available at Marlow Meadows, Quarry Wood Road SL7 1RE. Hot dogs available at 30 Bisham Village, a bountiful garden opposite Bisham Abbey entrance. Teas are available at other gardens along the route.
Garden 1 White Walls, Quarry Wood Road, is a beautiful Yellow Book garden with wonderful views up to the spectacular Marlow weir. All the gardens opening have something different and are definitely worth a visit.
£5.00 per adult to visit all gardens & Bisham Church and Great Hall of Bisham Abbey. Children under 14 free. Boat and Ferry trips between some gardens are available for an additional small donation.
How to get event passports:
Tickets available on the day at White Walls and Marlow Meadows, Quarry Wood Road, 30 Bisham Village, All Saints Church Bisham, Bisham Abbey and at other gardens.
Phone: Please contact the organiser: Patricia Burstall on 01628 482754
Parking restrictions on Quarry Wood Road will be lifted for the opening period. Parking also available at Bisham Abbey and some near the church.
Ferry service to riverside gardens, Church and Abbey from the Rowing Club by Marlow bridge from 1.00 o’clock, and boat trips from Marlow Meadows are both subject to river conditions allowing.
Main picture credit: Antony McCallum