Langford opens its gardens every other year in conjunction with The National Gardens Scheme. Historically the weather has been good to us and the whole day creates a sense of excitement in the village as residents tend to their vegetables, perfect their grass and put the finishing touches to their flower displays.

Gardens are a variety of small cottage to large formal ones. A sense of calm and tranquillity can be found wherever you go. Well known for growing roses, the Cotswold stone walls are a riot of colour. Every garden is a must see!

Flower festival and bell ringing demonstrations occur in the Church, along with a popular plant stall and raffle.

A large free car park is available. Home-made tea and cake are available in the village hall and a garden venue. The cake alone keeps regular visitors coming back.

Admission £5.00, children free

Click on this link to read about the Open Gardens during the summer of 1983. It gives some great details on the day and the properties taking part.

Bakery Cottage
The Barn
Bay Tree Cottage
Bridgewater House
2 Church Lane
3 Church Lane
5 Church Lane
Corkscrew Cottage
Cotswold Bungalow
Cotswold Cottage

2012 & 2014 Open Garden Report and Photos.....Click here

2016 Open Garden Report and Photos....Click here

Langford Open Gardens will next be open during June 2018.
Admission: £5 (child free)
Time 2pm to 6pm

For further information contact Denise Kemp Tel 01367 860176

More details about The National Gardens Scheme

Pember House
Rosefern Cottage
Springfield
Stonecroft
Threeways
Wellbank
Wellbank House

Ansells Farm
26 The Elms
Kemps Yard
Lane Hatch
Lime Tree Cottage
Lower Farm House
The Grange
The Old School
The Old Bakery
The Old Vicarage

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