Cul-de-sac, do not park beyond notice. Here are two gardens of very different character, reflecting their owner's gardening style. Although suburban , they are surrounded by mature trees and have a secluded feel. Rich variety of planting incl. ferns, hostas and herbaceous borders. with clematis,roses,phlox, astrantia at their best. Wild life pond at no.6 and other water features.Ceramics and containers with alpines complete the picture. Home-made teas, no.6. Opening in February for displays of hellebores and snowdrops.
Sunday 18 February (1 - 3pm). Combined admission £3.00, children free. Light refreshments.
Sunday 15 July (11am - 5pm). Combined admission £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.
and WC at No 6.
Visitors also welcome by arrangement February to August. Admission £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Mr & Mrs D J Gane, Thelma Bishop & John Needham
Access to top of gardens giving general overview, with shallow step leading onto gravel at no.6 and several steps and narrow paths at no.9.
How to find us
West Drive Gardens, 6, 9 West Drive, Gatley, Cheadle, Cheshire, SK8 4JJ
4m N of Wilmslow on B5166. 4 m N of Wilmslow on B5166. From J5 (M56) drive past airpt. to B5166 (Styal Rd).L to Gatley. Go over T-lights at Heald Green. West Drive is last turn on R before Gatley( approx.1½m from T-lights).
More about West Drive Gardens
Opening in February for displays of hellibores and snowdrops.