Wickhambrook Open Gardens

This event is resting for 2020
Sorry, but Wickhambrook Open Gardens 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 12 gardens open Wickhambrook, southeast of Newmarket, Suffolk
Sorry - this 2020 event has had to be CANCELLED
11.00am to 5.00pm

Wickhambrook residents welcome you to visit a range of interesting gardens varying greatly in size from very small to cottage gardens and larger country house gardens. Many have plantings of herbaceous borders, annuals along with ponds. Some also have wooded areas, fruit trees, raised vegetable plots and greenhouses.

Tea and cakes will be available at some locations. Art works to view at selected gardens. A vineyard is also included where tours can be made and local wine tasted and purchased.

Proceeds to St. Nicholas Hospice.

Plant sales:  Plants for sale - all grown by villagers.

Cost:  5.00 adults, accompanied under 16s free.

How to get event passports:  Buy tickets ion the day from the WI Hall, Cemetery Road.

Contact the organisers:  Phone: 07890 169 437  Email:

Directions:  Coming from Bury St Edmunds on the A143, pass through Chedburgh, take the first turning right after the end of the 30 mph speed limit, pass through Depden Green and at the T junction, with the water tower in front of you, turn left, continuing for about 1.5 miles until reaching another T Junction. Turn left and the WI Hall is approximately 100m on the left.

Coming from Newmarket, take the A1063 out of Newmarket and pass through the villages of Cheveley, Ashley and Lidgate. About 1 mile from Lidgate you will come to a 40 mph speed limit and enter Wickhambrook. Take the second turning left (opposite the shop and garage) into Cemetery Road and the WI Hall is about 100m on the right.

Location:  Suffolk.  Use Sat Nav postcode: CB8 8XR (please verify before travelling)

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