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Grange Farm - Brize Norton

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A large family garden in rural setting, entered via a long gravel driveway and stone courtyard. First, a walled croquet lawn with big walnut tree; second, a large back garden featuring a rose-covered C14 circular dovecote, duck pond, vegetable garden and fruit trees. Lastly, a field with wide walkable paths mowed through meadow.
Features and Attractions
Many different seating areas to choose from while enjoying a cup of tea or coffee and home-made cake.
   
 

 

     
     
     
     

 

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Brize Norton is a Domesday Village in the Cotswolds not far from Burford and Bampton (of Downton Abbey fame).

We have a Norman Church with many interesting features including our crusader knight and  links with RAF Brize Norton. There is a flower festival in the church on the day we open our gardens.

One of our Open Gardens has a listed Dove Cote. 

We offer a pleasant afternoon for visitors with tea and cakes provided by the WI and Grange Farm.   There are also two hostelries.

Local attractions include the recently opened Crocodile World.

RECENT

About Opening Your Garden under the NGS Scheme

QUICK LINKS

Our entry in NGS National website

Barnstable House

Church Farm House

Clumber

Grange Farm

Mijeshe

Millstone (91 Station Road)

Orchardene (95 Station Road)

Painswick House

Rookery Farm

Rose Cottage (100 Station Road) NEW

Stone Cottage

The Chapel NEW

Flower Festival in St Britius Church as part of our Open Gardens Event

 

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