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Bradninch Musical Gardens

 approx 13 gardens open Bradninch, near Exeter, Devon
Sunday 29th August 2021
11.00am to 5.00pm

Imagine wandering through a pretty garden admiring the planting, when you hear the gentle strains of live music on the summer air. This is the pleasure that awaits visitors when the village opens its gardens ranging from stately homes to historic cottages. Wandering musicians will entertain visitors with all types of music from classical to jazz.

With all the uncertainties and restrictions of the pandemic we have had to par down the event and move it forward to the late summer bank holiday Sunday.

We are working hard to make it the magical community event it once was. With have a good range of gardens open, we can offer the broadest variety of gardens be they large or small, vegetable or colourful, from potagers to just pots. With the right mix the weekend can be a wonderful time for families, the young and not so young and for the gardeneers.

We will have gardens opening, so it will be quite an event. With this number of gardens we can easily manage numbers in each at any one time so it will be outside, in the sunshine and well spaced out.

Sadly we will not be having our wonderful choir this year but we are working hard to offer a range of music genres over the weekend throughout the gardens. More details on the day.

Teas and refreshments will be available at many of the gardens and many strolling minstrels, balladeers and the odd Morris or Belly Dancer thrown Also a display and sale of the works of local Artisans.

What more can be said of having a cake in one hand, a cup of tea or pimms in the other, with the sound of music wafting over sunlight gardens amongst friends?

Some gardens are not suitable for dogs - assistance dogs welcome throughout.

The event raises funds for the Bradninch Music Festival, Headway Devon, Sound Mind sessions and other local causes.

Bradninch Musical Gardens

5.00 per adult will buy you wristbands and the guide to the gardens and the events planned for the day.

How to get event passports
Buy tickets from the local Spar shop or the Guildhall on the day.

Contact the organisers
Phone: 01392 881 566

From the north, leave the M5 at junction 28, turn right for Cullompton. Proceed to traffic lights at T junction then turn left into Cullompton high street. Drive through the town until you reach a roundabout. Take the second exit (straight over) to Bradninch. Follow the road into Bradninch, drive up the main street for approximately 200 yards. The Guildhall is at the top on the left hand side and the Spar shop is opposite.

From the South take the B3181 Exeter to Cullompton Road. As the Hele Road is closed you will need to drive to the Padbrook roundabaout at Cullompton and come into town via Cullompton Hill. At the T junction opposite the White Lion, turn right. The Guildhall is at the top of the hill on the right hand side.

County: Devon
Postcode for Sat Nav: EX5 4NN (please verify before travelling)
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