We are delighted to be able to reopen our award-winning garden to the public on Sunday 5 September from 10.30am-4.30pm

As part of the National Garden Scheme (NGS) Open Garden Weekend, Trinity's extensive grounds will be open to explore and enjoy.

2021 marks the 30th year that Trinity's gardens have been open to the public as part of the National Garden Scheme and this open garden will mark the first opportunity for visitors to enjoy the garden since March 2020.

Visiting the garden

The garden will be open from 10.30am-4.30pm on Sunday 5 September. At this time, there is no need to book however this is subject to change if restrictions mean that we need to limit the number of visitors in the garden at any one time.

This page will be updated regularly if there are any changes to the opening times or if booking becomes required.

There is a suggested donation upon admission of £3 for adults (free for children). Please note, cashless payments are not available. 

Trinity's garden

Trinity’s gardens are maintained by our head gardener, and a hard-working group of garden volunteers.

There are at least thirty different kinds of shrubs, over thirty-five types of herbaceous plants and twenty-five varieties of shrub roses. The garden also includes forty-seven different types of hellebore, a collection of twelve herbaceous geraniums, eight fruit trees (cherry, pear and apple) as well as three specimen magnolias – Magnolia x Wiesenrti, Magnolia x little Ann and Magnolia Depspota.

Find out what you will see in the garden Find out more about the history of our garden