Welcome to our virtual open gardens 2020

We hope you enjoy the garden tours, they are helping to fund our Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Care Nurse for a week – please help us raise £540 to do this – every penny counts!

Grab yourself some tea and cake or a glass of bubbly and settle down to enjoy these wonderful garden tours

Stowell Park Gardens

The landscaped park is listed Grade II on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.

Enjoy a tour here of the herbaceous borders, fruit and flower beds and terraced lawns. Click here or the image above to view the video.

Many thanks to Lord and Lady Vestey and Head Gardener, Chris Oldham for the footage.

Why not donate the entrance fee of £5 and perhaps the few pounds you would have spent on coffee, tea and cake with us.   Thank you.

Quenington

The Old Rectory garden has been developed over eighty years and is run on organic lines. The garden contains a permanent sculpture display.

Enjoy a tour here. Click here or on the image above.

Many thanks to Mr and Mrs Abel Smith, Steve Russell Photography for the footage and Robert Wyatt, Head Gardener at The Old Rectory who keeps the gardens looking so beautiful.

It's easy to share your stories and videos with us. Here's how...

Simply email us at fundraising@cobalthealth.co.uk with your stories and videos. If you have large files you can use  https://wetransfer.com/. It's free to use and you can easily upload files. up to 2GB. Get in touch with us if you experience any problems.

We'd love to see your pictures and videos on social. Like us here on Facebook  and share them with us.

Your Garden Stories

Take a walk through some of our supporters gardens, visit people's back yard sanctuaries and  stop off to admire a favourite plant or two.

Click here or on the image above to view.

 

Highnam Court

Highnam Court is a grade I listed country house in Gloucestershire.

For the last 25 years Roger Head OBE has been the owner and lovingly restored the grounds and the house to their former glory.

Enjoy a tour here. Click here or on the image above. Our series of open gardens normally raise £10,000 for us so if you enjoy these virtual events, please consider helping us with a small donation to support our work.

Many thanks to owners Mrs and Mrs Roger Head, OBE and Highnam Heritage for the footage.

 

Open gardens normally raise £10,000 for us so if you enjoy these garden tours, please help us with a small donation to support our work.Thank you.

Fancy visiting a real garden?

Check out the Rare Plant Fair schedule.  All of their September fairs are now confirmed to be going ahead:

The Bishop's Palace, Wells, on September 13th

Llanover House, Nr. Abergavenny, on September 20th

Entry will be by prebooked ticket ONLY with timed arrival time slots.

By making a small donation you'll be helping us to fund Cobalt’s Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Nurse, Megan Willsher

The cost of providing this service is £28,000 per year. Please help to continue to support this valuable service for young cancer patients.

My role ensures these patients are supported throughout their cancer journey and beyond, helping them to move forward with their life, as they would have without the intrusion of cancer.

Cobalt’s Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Nurse, Megan Willsher