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Bramshott Open Gardens

It's back! At last after a four year hiatus Bramshott Open Gardens is back. Come and join us for a great weekend for all the family. The Town Cryer will announce the Grand Opening, at 11 am on Saturday 11th, to be carried out by famous author and Anglophile, Bill Bryson. We have a shuttle bus to take you to outlying gardens, or go on foot through our sunken lanes to large country houses with formal gardens, or small cottage gardens, all offering a wealth of different styles, and all tended by their owners, many of whom will be there to chat to you and to answer questions. Opening this year is the ancient Manor of Bramshott, the oldest continuously inhabited Manor House in the south of England.
There is a large barbecue and tea tent at St. Marys, with sandwiches and cakes on offer, together with a plant stall that will be groaning under the weight of locally grown plants. Inside the 13th Century church is a Scroll of Remembrance. St. Marys was originally the private chapel to the Manor House. A display of paintings and photographs will be on sale at Covers Farm Barn, and elsewhere will be a Classic Car display, so something for everyone, not to mention the Gnome hunt and tombola too.
There is ample parking for everyone in the heart of the village. In 2018 we had 1,000 visitors, with all proceeds from ticket sales going to national and local charities.
Home to the late Boris Karloff, Bramshott is said to be the most haunted village in England. Why not come and see if you can find some spooks? Sightings are not guaranteed!
Opening times, on both Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th June, 11 am to 5 pm.
Admission is £8 a ticket, with Under 12's free of charge. Tickets on sale by the Church, and on-line at, valid for both days.
Free shuttle bus included in ticket price.
St. Marys Church, Church Road, Bramshott, Hampshire GU30 7SQ
Sat 11 June and Sun 12 June
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