Gardens of Easton Lodge Open Days and Events

 

The Gardens of Easton Lodge, Little Easton, Dunmow CM6 2BD

The Gardens of Easton Lodge are “an idyllic listed haven which has been partially restored to its former glory by a team of dedicated volunteers and the owners of Warwick House.”

Gardens of Easton Lodge website

Open Day Thursdays :
Thu 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th July 2024, 11am to 3pm

July Open Day: Remembering the Gardens in the World Wars
Sunday 21st July 2024, 11am to 5pm
There was an airfield in the Easton Lodge estate during WW2 and it was a training ground for WW1. Information from the Trust’s archives and from other exhibitors will tell the stories of the men and women involved. Music duo, Perfect Vintage, will sing 1940s songs to evoke the era. Visitors will find something of interest for all, with a Garden trail and crafts specifically for the children. The Gardens will also be at their best in July, with lots of colour and vegetables growing apace in the walled kitchen garden. Hot bacon/cheese/hummus rolls, homemade cakes and hot and cold drinks. Adult entry £5.50 if bought in advance or £6.50 on the gate. Children under 16 FREE. Dogs on leads welcome.

Open Day Thursdays :
Thu 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th August 2024, 11am to 3pm

August Open Day : A Family Day Out
Sunday 18th August 2024, 11m to 5pm
A lazy day in the Gardens, with garden games for all and music from a local saxophone group and Woodwind of Stortford. Visitors will find something of interest for all, with a Garden trail and crafts specifically for the children, and craft and plant stalls, as well as a range of garden games. Local author Ian Brown will delight children visiting the gardens with his tales of Albert, the tortoise. The Gardens are particularly tranquil in August with plenty of shade, Peto’s Italian Garden bright with colour and the dahlia border in the walled kitchen garden in full flower. Hot bacon/cheese/hummus rolls, homemade cakes and hot and cold drinks. Adult entry £5.50 if bought in advance or £6.50 on the gate. Children under 16 FREE. Dogs on leads welcome.

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