Enjoy freshly prepared, home cooked lunches, sandwiches and generous cakes as well as teas, coffee and soft drinks. Most ingredients are locally sourced; in particular fruit and vegetables from the Pines Garden are used as much as possible.
Experience wartime village life and local history. Try on 1940s costumes, crawl under a Morrison shelter and visit a wartime garden. Bring your (great) grand parents and ask them to share their memories. Entrance is via the tea room.
The Pines Garden represents a blend of beauty, innovation and sustainability. This organically managed garden has a lake, poetry path and sustainability trail for children, as well as a grass labyrinth and organic kitchen gardens.
Tea Room & Museum 10.00am - 5.00pm Garden 10.00am - 5.00pm Open Daily – May to September Wednesday to Sunday – October to May
GARDEN OPEN ALL YEAR
Entrance to the garden is by donation. Suggested minimum amounts: Adults: £4.00 Concessions: £2.50 Children: £1.50