Winsham, between Chard and Beaminster, Somerset Saturday 26th June 2021 11.00am 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.
It has been 16 years since we held an open gardens event and this year we have a varied, and hopefully interesting, selection for you to amble around.
There will be refreshments (all complying with Covid-19 regulations) a scarecrow trail, plus many of the villagers are holding yard sales on the same day so there'll be plenty to keep you occupied. Sorry, no dogs other than assistance dogs please.
All proceeds will be divided between Winsham Horticultural Society (for the running of the annual show) and Alzheimers Research.
Plant sales Several gardens will have reasonably priced home grown plants for sale.
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.