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Mountain Ash

Newtown Linford

2 acre garden with stunning views across Charnwood countryside. Nr the house are patios, lawns, water feature, flower & shrub beds, fruit trees, soft fruit cage, greenhouses & vegetable plots. Lawns slope down to a gravel garden, large wildlife pond and small areas of woodland with walks through many species of trees. Many statues and ornaments. Several places to sit and relax around the garden.
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    Lower two thirds of this garden has been created since 2005. Over 200 trees planted, both conifers and deciduous.

Mountain Ash- Canceled

Refreshments:

On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

Pre-booking essential, please go to our events page to book your tickets.

Admission by donation

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  • Regular opening
  • Open by arrangement only
  • Cancelled opening
Owner Information

Mike & Liz Newcombe
01530 242178
mjnew12@gmail.com

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How to find us

Mountain Ash
140 Ulverscroft Lane
Newtown Linford
Leicestershire
LE6 0AJ

7m SW of Loughborough, 7m NW of Leicester, 1m NW of Newtown Linford.
  • More detailed directions
    Head ½m N along Main St towards Sharpley Hill, fork L into Ulverscroft Lane and Mountain Ash, is about ½m along on the L. Parking is along the opp verge.
Accessibility information

Only the top part of the garden around the house is reasonably accessible by wheelchair.

More about Mountain Ash

Lower two thirds of this garden has been created since 2005. Over 200 trees planted, both conifers and deciduous.

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