Date – 21 April 2018
Time – All Day
Where – Hampton Court Castle, Hope Under Dinmore, Herefordshire, HR6 0PN. View Map
This venue is a 15th Century castle with 12 acres of garden transformed over last 10 years by Simon Dorrell and David Wheele
Plenty to see, Dutch Garden, Yew maze, kitchen garden just some examples.
LUNCH: There is an Orangery Café at Hampton Court which serves a good variety of lunches, sandwiches, hot meals and salads. [01568 79777 if you want to ring for details].
AFTERNOON:- Queenswood Country Park.
This area covers the remnants of the vast ancient oak woods that once stretched to the Welsh borders. Originally called the Kingswood.
Whilst we do not have a tour arranged here, there are great walks and a café and visitors centre for those of you who want to continue for the afternoon.
Any costs: The Morning visit will incur a cost of £9 to members for the garden entry to Hampton Court Castle and parking costs of £3 for Queenswood Country Park.
Postcodes: HR 60PN (am), and HR6 0PY (pm)
Directions: Hampton Court is off the A417 and Queenswood is off the A49 top of Dinmore Hill.
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