28th June 2017
The exclusive venue of Stowell Park will open its gates in aid of Cobalt on Sunday 2 July from 2-5pm. The beautiful gardens only open to the public three times a year
The 6,000 acre estate near Northleach owned by Lord and Lady Vestey has breathtaking views of the Coln Valley. Stunning features include terraced borders on various levels, a cut flower garden spanning half an acre, herbaceous plant collection, a kitchen garden, vineries and peach houses. Glass houses are home to a wide range of pot plants, from alpine flowers to tropical orchids and you can find more than ten types of fish in the water gardens at the bottom of the arboretum.
Kirsty Bradbury, Fundraising Engagement Officer at Cobalt said ‘These gardens are a hidden gem and one of the Cotswold’s best kept secrets. We are extremely delighted Lord and Lady Vestey are supporting us by opening the gardens up for us. Volunteers will be helping us on the day and cream tea will be served in the ballroom. It’s a rare opportunity to see this stunning estate and support local charity Cobalt who are raising money for a new MRI scanner’.
Admission is £6.00 per adult, under 16’s free. Homemade teas will be available in the stunning ballroom. The garden is situated off the A429 between Northleach and Cirencester.
To find out more about Cobalt Health go to www.cobalthealth.co.uk