Once again, Bramshott will be opening its gardens to visitors, over the weekend of Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th June. With over 1,000 visitors, this popular event which is held every two years, raises funds for local good causes, including Macmillan Cancer Care.
Opening times on both days are 11.30am – 5pm.
There is a shuttle bus which runs around the village, to enable gardens along the lanes to be visited, and there is a refreshment tent serving lunches and teas, alongside a barbecue. Other houses in the village will also be offering refreshments, and inside the 13th Century church of St. Mary’s there will be a flower festival.
Bramshott, home to the late Boris Karloff, is reputed to be the most haunted village in England. Why not come and join all of us for a fantastic weekend, viewing a variety of gardens, both large and small, and see if you can spot any hidden haunts along the way!