Sunday 19th August 2012
Holdenby House was amongst the first gardens to open for the National Garden Scheme in 1927, and this year sees the 85th anniversary of the Scheme.
The gardens at Holdenby (open every Sunday afternoon during the summer months) will be opening on Sunday 19th August to celebrate this anniversary. Visitors will be able to look around the Grade I listed gardens and to enjoy Cream Teas in our Victorian Tea Rooms.
George Plumtre, Chairman of the NGS visited Holdenby to present owners James and Karen Lowther with a plaque commemorating the opening of the gardens for the scheme in 1927 and we are proud to be part of this anniversary.