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Poulton Hall

3 acres; lawns fronting house, wild flower meadow. Surprise approach to walled garden, with reminders of Roger Lancelyn Green's retellings, Excalibur, Robin Hood and Jabberwocky. Scented sundial garden for the visually impaired. Memorial sculpture for Richard Lancelyn Green by Sue Sharples. Rose, nursery rhyme, witch, herb and oriental gardens and new Memories Reading room.

There are often choirs or orchestral music in the garden.

Saturday 21 April, Sunday 22 April (1.30 - 4.30pm). Admission £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.

The Lancelyn Green Family

Level gravel paths. Separate wheelchair access (not across parking field).

How to find us

Poulton Hall, Poulton Lancelyn, Bebington, Cheshire, CH63 9LN

2m S of Bebington. From M53, J4 towards Bebington; at T-lights R along Poulton Rd; house 1m on R.

More about Poulton Hall

A quirky garden, where magic and imagination go hand in hand. Volunteer plantswomen provide designed and labelled planting schemes. Commissioned sculptures add interest. Children love it!