Guy’s Cliffe Walled Garden Trust : Email: email@example.com
The Walled Garden was originally part of the kitchen garden for Guy’s Cliffe House from at least the 1770s to the late 1940s. In recent years the garden had become totally overgrown & derelict. Clearance work on the site started in January 2014. Since then volunteers have contributed many thousands of hours of work to bring the garden back to life.
The aim of the volunteer project is to preserve and restore the walls and glasshouses and return the site to a working Georgian/Victorian kitchen garden for the education benefit and enjoyment of the community, and to give an insight into how the garden supported an important country house. The garden is listed as a Grade II site by English Heritage on the Register of Parks & Gardens of Special Historic Interest.
If you are interested in
helping to restore the
garden, please come to
one of our volunteer days.
You can follow our progress and receive updates by
signing up to our email list.
Click on the link below:
The Walled Garden before restoration
work began in January 2014
The Walled Garden is behind Hintons
Access & parking via Hintons Nursery, Coventry Road,
Warwick CV34 5FJ
In the Garden 2022
We are open to visitors:
& Sundays (10.30am-3.30pm)
– Free entry –
Also open Bank Holidays:
Mon 2nd May; Friday 3rd June, Mon 29th Aug
National Garden Scheme Charity Open Day
Saturday 23rd July 10am-3.30pm
Adults £3.50 / Children free
Our “Growers’ Challenge” winning entry in the Warwick Horticultural &
Allotment Society annual show.
Our Cubbington Pear graft is still
|The Walled Garden|
|The Families at Guy's Cliffe|
|2015 Our Second Year|