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Fellows' Garden open to the public this Sunday

Fellows' Garden

The Fellows' Garden opens to the public on Sunday 15 July as part of the National Gardens Scheme.

You can come along for a cream tea between 2pm and 6pm, wander around this fine Victorian garden, look at the rare specimen trees and get ideas for your own garden. You can also see the new kitchen garden, where students can grow their own food.

The entrance to the Fellows' Garden is at the junction of Queens Road and West Road, opposite the Back Gate of the college. You can park at the Grand Arcade fifteen minutes away, or in the pay and display places in West Road. Entrance is £3 for adults (children under 16 enter for free), and all proceeds go to charity.

For more gardens to visit this summer, see the National Gardens Scheme website.

Posted: 10 July 2012 | News | News archive