View gallery

Vale View

Northampton

An alternative approach, where the garden is allowed free rein as much as possible for the benefit of wildlife. Nectar rich and seed bearing plants are encouraged and insects and birds flourish. The owner is the force behind 'natural Spratton' which includes the running of a pocket park and the community planting of a new wood. The garden has a small field attached which is left to grass.
  • read more

    The grass field has not been cut for at least two years and the small mammals encourage raptors such as Barn Owl, Kestrel, Buzzard and rarely Red Kite. Foxes have been seen and signs of Badgers. Wild flowers such as Cowslip and Cuckoo Flower establishing. Intention to begin planting Yellow Rattle to reduce some areas of grass. Good views over valley to Brixworth.

Features and Attractions

Part of old farmyard with cowshed and chicken shed.

Vale View- 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

Admission:
  • Adult:
  • Concessions:
  • Child:

On this day, this garden opens as part of .

Admission also gets you entry to this garden in the area:

Click the dropdown arrow next to the opening date above to find details of entry costs and to add the opening to your online calendar.

Click on any opening date on the calendar above to find details of entry times, entry price and to add the opening to your online calendar.

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

John Hunt

Loading... Share

Add this garden to your favourites – you'll be able to find it again more easily and, if you'd like, we can send you updates about future openings.

How to find us

Vale View
9a Yew Tree Lane
Spratton
Northampton
Northamptonshire
NN6 8HL

Accessibility information

Difficult terrain in parts, but mowed paths.

More about Vale View

The grass field has not been cut for at least two years and the small mammals encourage raptors such as Barn Owl, Kestrel, Buzzard and rarely Red Kite. Foxes have been seen and signs of Badgers. Wild flowers such as Cowslip and Cuckoo Flower establishing. Intention to begin planting Yellow Rattle to reduce some areas of grass. Good views over valley to Brixworth.

Not what you're looking for?
Back to your search