North Stoke, near Wallingford, Oxfordshire Sunday 11th June 2023 2.00pm to 6.00pm
North Stoke is a pretty Ridgeway village situated on the Thames between Wallingford and Goring in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are approximately 75 houses in the village and a number of residents have kindly offered to open their gardens. Three are particularly large gardens with river frontages, another garden edges the spring fed lake and others are small and interesting with particular delights to discover.
There will be an opportunity to meet the garden owners and to ask questions about plants, wildlife and the village. If time permits, a visit to our historic village church may be an added interest. The church is the only one on the entire length of the Ridgeway Long Distance Path. The Chancel was built between 1230-1240.
There will be craft stallholders. Relax with tea and cakes in the Village Hall.
All proceeds to North Stoke Village Hall.
Plant sales There will be plants for sale.
Cost £6.00 on the day (cash and card), £5.00 on-line, accompanied under 14s free.
How to get event passports Purchase cash or online on the day from the car park or cash only from the Village Hall. Group bookings can be arranged in advance.