Scotts HallScotts Hall

Garden Open

in support of Westleton Village Hall Improvement Plan

Date: Sunday 30th June 2019

Gate opens: 2pm to 6pm close.

Where: Scotts Hall, Minsmere, IP17 3BY

Tea, home made cakes will be on sale in the barn.

Admission is £5 person children, under 12 free.

Parking on site and limited wheelchair access.

Dogs on leads welcome.

First time open to the public, the garden is in a unique position within the RSPB Minsmere Nature Reserve.

Set against the backdrop of Scotts Hall, which dates back to the Domesday Book, the gardens are the result of 20 years work starting with disused farm buildings, rubble and huge areas of “wasteland” covered in nettles. 200 tons of topsoil and unspecified amounts of pig manure were shipped in to form a base.

The gardens now include a potager, old fashion walled gardens, a glorious rose garden, cottage garden, greenhouse terrace and children’s play area, all surrounded by woodland.

Scotts Hall


Directions to Scotts Hall

Gardens: From Westleton take the narrow road next to Westleton Village Shop
(Bakers Lane), and follow it for about two miles towards RSPB Minsmere.

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