Open Gardens: Northiam

Tuesday 19th July

South Grange

Quickbourne Lane, TN31 6QY
Linda and Michael Belton

Hardy Plant Society members designed this garden with wildlife in mind. It has a large variety of both usual and unusual plants. Grasses, herbaceous perennials, shrubs, trees, containers and vegetable plot
combine for year-round interest. A wildlife pond, an orchard with rose arbour, trees and woodland.

Rose View

Quickbourne Lane, TN31 6QY
Susan Dutfield

A garden where ducks and chickens roam and where a lot of recycling goes on. Take a stroll and enjoy the
different areas of the garden or pick a fresh tomato or raspberry to eat.

Frewen College

Brickwall, Rye Road, TN31 6NL

An early 17th century manor house which is now home to a specialist dyslexia school. The formal gardens,
currently undergoing a major restoration, are set within the oldest walled garden in Sussex. At the front of the house an arboretum contains an interesting collection of European, North American and South East Asian trees. Lawns and herbaceous borders lead through to lavender and rose parterres, yew topiary, including an ornamental topiary chess set.

Directions & information

From Hastings head north on the A21 and take the A28 to Broad Oak/Northiam. Continue through Northiam and turn right onto Beadles Lane, at the end of the road turn left onto Quickbourne Lane. Avoid Church Lane.

  • £6
  • 10.30am – 4pm
  • Parking is available in field near to South Grange and overflow car park at Frewen College. Disabled parking available at Rose View
  • Refreshments available at South Grange