Trinity College Fellows’ Garden charitable opening (NGS)
Trinity’s Fellows’ Garden will open to the public as part of the National Garden Scheme (NGS). It is one of over 3,500 private gardens opened as part of the NGS, which raises funds for charity. The garden, across the Backs, comprises around eight acres, with impressive specimen trees, mixed borders, drifts of spring bulbs, and informal lawns. Across gently flowing Bin Brook to Burrell’s Field visitors will find modern planting styles and plants nestled in intimate gardens close to student accommodation.
Visitors will be able to see the rose garden, summer house, and an elegant sundial to name but a few highlights.
Members of Trinity’s Gardens Department will be on hand to answer questions and serve home-made cakes, tea and coffee. There will also be plant sales.
There is wheelchair access, but some gravel paths.
1pm till 4pm
£4 for adults, children under 14 are free.
Trinity College, Fellows’ Garden, Queen’s Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB3 9AQ
Sun 5 Apr 2020