Winsham, between Chard and Beaminster, Somerset Saturday 24th June 2023 10.30am to 5.30pm
Situated at the southern most tip of Somerset, a few hundred yards from the Dorset border and yet only a couple of miles from the border with Devon, Winsham nestles in the Axe valley. Saxon in origin, it has retained its name for over 1000 years and is mentioned in the Domesday book.
Opened in 2021 for the first time in 16 years we again have a varied, and hopefully interesting, selection for you to amble around this year. Some you'll have seen in 2021 but almost half are opening their gardens for the first time.
There will be a scarecrow trail, and this year the church tower will also be open so you can get a birds-eye view of the village. Several of the villagers are also holding yard sales on the same day so there'll be plenty to keep you occupied.
There will be refreshments available in some gardens.
Sorry, no dogs other than assistance dogs allowed in the gardens.
All proceeds will be divided between Winsham Horticultural Society (for the running of the annual show) and Alzheimers Research.
Plant sales There will be a plant stall at St. Stephens Church.
Cost £5.00 per adult, accompanied under 16s free.
How to get event passports Tickets can be purchased at the village shop, or by contacting the event organiser, or on the day from The Bell Inn or the main carpark. Tickets to be paid for in cash at all outlets please.