Arreton Open Gardens Day took place on Sunday 26th June when five gardens were open, including Haseley Manor and Horringford House but not Arreton Manor this year.  There was a plant stall and cream teas at Haseley Manor.  The event raised money for the Scouts and WightDASH/WOW on the Island.  WOW is a centre for disadvantaged women in Newport and WightDASH runs courses for them.

The event was very successful, with 278 people enjoying the gardens, cream teas and house tours.  A total of £2,182 was raised for the nominated charities.

Thank you to all those who visited, opened their gardens or helped in any way.

Haseley Manor garden

Haseley Manor garden – image courtesy of Dr FEV RobertsOpen gardens day 26th  June 2022

The houses will all be marked by signs and balloons

Haseley Manor – main parking, Cream Teas, Plant Stall, formal gardens, old farm buildings, streams and ponds

Horringford House -gardens with a big lake and gunnera

Horringford Cottage – behind Horringford House, an attractive flower and vegetable garden with slug-free Hostas

Spreets Rew – opposite the entry to Haseley Manor, beautiful herbaceous borders

2 Primrose Dell – a hidden gem of a well-stocked garden which is 20 minutes’ walk from Haseley Manor or 5-10 minutes’ walk from the Community Hall or community parking by the White Lion pub

Arreton Church is beyond the community parking, which is signposted from the main road


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