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Wincombe Park

Extensive mature garden with sweeping panoramic views from lawn over parkland to lake and enchanting woods through which you can wander amongst bluebells. Garden is a riot of colour in spring with azaleas, rhododendrons and camellias in flower amongst shrubs and unusual trees. Beautiful walled kitchen garden.

Sunday 13 May, Wednesday 16 May (2 - 5pm). Admission £5.00, children free. Cream teas.
Home-made cakes and biscuits, tea, coffee, squash. Dairy and gluten free available.

Refreshments in aid of Camphill Trust.

Visitors also welcome by arrangement May & June, groups are welcome, parking for a coach. Please enquire about price when booking. Home-made teas.

John & Phoebe Fortescue

Partial wheelchair access only, slopes and gravel paths.

How to find us

Wincombe Park, Shaftesbury, Dorset, SP7 9AB

2m N of Shaftesbury. A350 Shaftesbury to Warminster, past Wincombe Business Park, 1st R signed Wincombe & Donhead St Mary. ¾m on R.

More about Wincombe Park

Wincombe House was built in about 1810, but the land that surrounds it has a history going back centuries. In the Middle Ages one of the lakes was used by the Abbess of Shaftesbury to provide fish for the inhabitants of the Abbey and there are some ancient trees standing in the Park which are marked on old maps.