11 gardens and flourishing allotments in these beautiful and vibrant Cotswold stone twin villages. Scale and character vary from the grand landscape setting of Filkins Hall and the equally extensive but more intimate Broughton Hall, to the small but action packed Pigeon Cottage and The Tallot. Broughton Poggs Mill has a rushing mill stream with an exciting bridge; Pip Cottage combines topiary, box hedges and a fine rural view. In these and the other equally exciting gardens horticultural interest abounds.
Features incl plant stall by professional local nursery, Swinford Museum of Cotswolds tools and artefacts, and Cotswold Woollen Weavers.
Sunday 21 May (2 - 6pm). Combined admission £5.50, children free. Home-made teas in Filkins Village Hall.
Refreshments in aid of Local church.
The gardens in this group are:
Broughton Poggs Mill
The Corn Barn
No 1 Coach House
3 The Coach House
Many gardens have gravel driveways, but most are suitable for wheelchair access. Most gardens welcome dogs on leads.
How to find us
Broughton Poggs & Filkins Gardens, Lechlade, Oxfordshire, GL7 3JH
3m N of Lechlade. 5m S of Burford. Just off A361 between Burford & Lechlade on the B4477. Map of the gardens available.
More about Broughton Poggs & Filkins Gardens
Professional plant stall. Teas at the village hall and ice creams available at the village shop. Museum of Cotswold artefacts. Sculpture for sale by specialist blacksmith.
Ices etc at the village shop.