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26 Normandy Avenue

120ft garden with three water features, two lawns, two 1920s garden buildings, two terraces, 40 pots, woodland walk, a veggie patch, sculptures and ornaments. A host of plants including roses, hydrangeas, begonias, shrubs. Some of our sculpture and pottery will be on display. Sit on one of the terraces, in the lovely summerhouse, or by the pond while you enjoy tea and our delicious cakes.

Sunday 1 July (2 - 6pm). Admission £3.50, children free. Home-made teas.

Derek Epstein & Jo Vargas

How to find us

26 Normandy Avenue, Barnet, Hertfordshire, EN5 2JA

Tube: High Barnet then 5 mins walk. Buses: 34, 184, 84,107, 307, 263, 326, 234. Ample parking. Normandy Ave is opp QE Girls School with Old Court House on corner.

More about 26 Normandy Avenue

120ft garden belonging to a renovated and extended Edwardian house in Chipping Barnet. Still evolving 8 years after emerging from a jungle of brambles - most recently, by the addition of an unusual water feature. The garden now boasts three water features, two lawns, two 1920s garden buildings with leaded-light windows, two terraces, more than 40 pots, woodland walk, a veggie patch and many sculptures and ornaments. A host of plants including roses, hydrangeas, begonias, shrubs … Some of our own sculpture and pottery will be on display in the big 1920s shed/studio. Choose to sit on one of the terraces, in the lovely summerhouse, by the pond - or elsewhere – to admire the views while you enjoy tea and our delicious cakes. 'I Spy' 42 objects for kids (of any age!).