The Hospital of St Cross - Open Garden for NGS
The Medieval Hospital of St Cross nestles in water meadows beside the River Itchen and is one of England's oldest almshouses. The tranquil, walled Master's Garden, created in the late C17 by Bishop Compton, now contains colourful herbaceous borders, old fashioned roses, interesting trees and a large fish pond. The Compton Garden has unusual plants of the type he imported when Bishop of London.
For NGS: Sun 11 Sept (2-5). Admission £4, Children free. Light refreshments in the Hundred Men's Hall in the Outer Quadrangle. Times:14:00 to 17:00. Open for charity.
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The Hospital of St Cross, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 9SD
Sun 11 September