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SECOND DATE ADDED – MONDAY 24 MAY 11.00am – 1.00pm – BOOK HERE
An opportunity to wander around an informal farmhouse garden.
Dundridge is an old Tudor farmhouse, on a site with a Saxon moat once owned by Henry VIII. The Duchess of Salisbury is said to haunt the house. Entertainment courtesy of clarinet group Allsorts. Refreshments available to purchase throughout the afternoon.
Tickets £6 in advance only. Please note we have two allotted entry times to ensure safe social distancing. ***2pm Entry Time Sold Out***
Notes:- Well behaved dogs on leads permitted and partial wheelchair access to the the garden.
To open our gardens safely, we’re limiting visitor numbers and have allotted two entry times. To avoid disappointment, we advise that you book your visit in advance. Please arrive within 30 mins of your entrance time and not before your entry time. You’re then welcome to stay until closing time. Please follow government guidance and current social contact limits at the time of the event.