The variety of gardens this year reflects the Cotswold townscape in which they stand Each year we open a different selection of gardens. They range in maturity from those developed on the old medieval Abbey grounds to smaller more intmate gardens created in more recent times.. One notable small garden was described as "a 20 acre garden seen through the wrong end of a Telescope".
Cream teas and plants will be on sale at locations marked on the passport and are a feature of the day.
Organised by the Friends of St Peter's Church, a charity helping to preserve.and maintain the Grade1 listed building., its contents and the churchyard
Plant sales at several gardens.
How to get event passports:
From about 2 weeks before the event from Winchcombe Tourist Office, Cheltenham Tourist Office, St Peter's Centre (not on Sundays) or on the day from any Open Garden.