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Three "Double-Bill" trips for 2024 now open for booking!

We decided this year to stay closer to home, in Sussex and Kent, using the time saved to fit in two different gardens, close together, on each trip. We hope you will enjoy them!

Please book in via the website only.

Two of the venues, Sissinghurst and Woolbeding, are National Trust so NT members will save on the entrance fee (remember to bring your NT card or you will be charged). Non-NT might like to consider joining.

Prices are based on 20 people but coaches will seat 25. There will be no refunds but tickets are transferrable to other CGS members. We will help place these if there is a waiting list or advertise on the website.

More details on the "Events" section. or click the buttons below to buy tickets

20th June. Hole Park and Sissinghurst, Cranbrook, Kent.

Hole Park is a private house in a 200 acre estate, including a classic

English garden over 16 acres. A former winner of "best garden in Kent" award.

Sissinghurst, the famous garden created by Vita Sackville-West, now National Trust

18th July, Fittleworth House and Woolbeding, W. Sussex.

Fittleworth is another classic private house with 5 acre garden. Head Gardener Mark Saunders will be our speaker on "A head gardener's year", in October so we will know the garden he tends.

Woolbeding, a 17th century house in 30 acres of gardens with colour-themed "rooms" and a host of other features. National Trust.

11th September, Great Dixter and Pashley Manor, E. Sussex

Great Dixter, one of the UK's world-renowned and important gardens and centre of horticultural education.

Pashley Manor, private 18th-century house and 11-acre garden, restored by present owners to award-winning English country garden.

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