Middleton Open Gardens

15 gardens, formal and informal, large and small

The ever popular Middleton-cum-Fordley Open Gardens will be returning on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd June. There are c.15 gardens this year - including some new to this event - ranging from formal to a wildlife reserve, with everything in between, with gardens varying in size from just a patio to over 5 acres.
In the pretty village of Middleton, there are gardens stretching down to the Minsmere River and others overlooking Middleton Moor. Some with views of the marshes and others across the fields, some with the Spire of Holy Trinity church seen piercing the sky in the distance. Many of the gardens have a story to tell, of both their creation and development over the years.

Several of the gardeners cleverly borrow the beautiful surrounding Suffolk landscape, to attract animals, insects, plants and birds. You will also find a herd of alpacas grazing quietly in fields within the village.

Displays by children of Middleton primary school displayed in the church. There will be Art and ceramics on sale and refreshments will be available all day.
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