Chedington Open Gardens and Studios

This event is resting for 2020
Sorry, but Chedington Open Gardens and Studios isn't running this year. We'll keep you posted about next year's event details when they are known, but in the meantime we include below details from a previous year to remind you about the event

 approx 10 gardens opened Chedington, near Beaminster, Dorset
Saturday 15th June 2019
10.30am to 5.00pm

We have a range of gardens open for you to explore in this pretty, conservation village - from small cottage gardens to the extensive grounds of Chedington Court, with lots of sizes, styles and personalities in-between.

As an added bonus, some of our home-grown artists and makers are opening the doors of their studios and workshops featuring a wide variety of arts and crafts, with something for everyone.

Join us for refreshments or lunch, featuring our excellent home-made cakes, in the Village Hall from 11.00am, or later in the day, sample a delicious cream tea in Chedington Court Great Hall. There will also be an activity Treasure Trail for children visiting the gardens.

All proceeds will be shared between Weldmar Hospice and Village Hall Fund.

Plant sales:  Plant sales at Sandy Knapp, which is at the opposite end of the village to the pub.

Cost:  5.00 covers all gardens and studios, accompanied under 16s free

How to get event passports:  Buy tickets on the day from Highfield House (nearest open garden to the pub), Chedington Court garden entrance, Westside (terrace in middle of the village) or Sandy Knapp plant stall.

Contact the organisers:  Phone: 01935 891 925  Email:

Directions:  Along A356 between Crewkerne and Maiden Newton, turn off at Winyards Gap pub and drive 1km into the village or turn off A3066 at Mosterton and go up Chedington Lane turning left at the very top of the hill. There is free car parking in the signposted car park or along the street for less mobile visitors.

Location:  Dorset.  Use Sat Nav postcode: DT8 3JA (please verify before travelling)

Please ... tell the organisers that you found them on the Open Gardens National Directory.