National Garden Scheme: Award winning garden at 54 Elmleigh, Midhurst “A Little Bit of Heaven”.

⅕ acre property with terraced front garden, leading to a heavily planted rear garden with majestic 120 year old black pines. Shrubs, perennials, packed with interest around every corner, providing all season colours. Many raised beds, numerous sculptures, vegetables in boxes, a greenhouse, pond and hedgehogs in residence. A large collection of tree lilies, growing 8-10ft.
Child friendly. Come and enjoy the peace and tranquillity in this award-winning garden, enjoy a little bit of heaven.
Not suitable for large electric buggies.

Open for the National Garden Scheme Sat 17, Sun 18 June, Sat 15, Sun 16 July, Sat 19, Sun 20 Aug, Sat 9, Sun 10 Sept 11am – 5pm. Admission £4, children free. Book online at https://ngs.org.uk or pay on the day. Home-made teas. Donation to Chestnut Tree House, Canine Partners.

Visits also by arrangement 20 May to 10 Sept for groups of 10 to 20. Please contact the garden owner to discuss your requirements and arrange a date for a group or bespoke visit.
Wendy Liddle
07796 562275
wendyliddle@btconnect.com

54 Elmleigh Midhurst West Sussex GU29 9HA
Parking off road on marked grass area. Reserved disabled parking at top of drive, please phone on arrival for assistance.

The National Garden Scheme
Founded in 1927 by the Queen’s Nursing Institute to raise funds for community nursing means that gardens, health and community are at the heart of what we do at the National Garden Scheme. Every ticket bought, every garden visited, and every cake and cup of tea savoured translates into millions of pounds in donations not only to some of the UK’s best loved nursing and health charities but to garden charities and community projects too.
In 2022 we made donations of 3.11 million. Beneficiaries include Marie Curie, Macmillan Cancer Support and Parkinson’s UK.

Visit https://ngs.org.uk for more information about the work of the National Garden Scheme, to search for gardens opening in your area or to find out how to open your own garden.

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