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Brampton East Gardens

A selection of gardens of differing sizes and styles. 25 Edmondson Close, created from scratch 12 yrs ago, features a productive organic veg area, espaliered apples, soft fruit, area set aside for wildlife inc small pond, greenhouse, ornamental pond and herbaceous borders. Ridge House is well established, with mature trees around a house built in 1833; in a traditional setting with relaxed naturalistic planting with self-seeders positively encouraged. Lover's Lane is a Community Garden currently with around 40 members. Their aim is to be inclusive and organic, and experiment with new ways of gardening in trial beds. 6 Sands Cottages is a communal back lane behind terraced cottages which has been transformed into a lovely space. Woodlands is a unique ¾ acre sloped garden with far-reaching views and has been newly developed over the last 3 yrs.

Owner Info

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About Brampton East Gardens

Parking available around the sands and Lanercost Road area, also along Station Road (keep to one side please). There will be a map available on entrance to the gardens to guide you to all the gardens.
There will also be NGS yellow signs.
Plants will be on sale at this event.

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Location details

Brampton East Gardens,
Brampton,
Cumbria,
CA8 1EX

Directions to Brampton East Gardens
Parking around the Sands & Lanercost Rd area of Brampton. Community garden & Sands Terrace are to the W of the sands. A map will be provided on entry to the first garden.

Brampton East Gardens openings

This garden has now completed its National Garden Scheme openings for this year.

Accessibility

  • Most of these gardens will be difficult to access with a wheelchair. The Community Garden has one step down into it. Brampton is quite a hilly place!
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FAQs

Yes, cashless payment is accepted.

Sorry, there is no available parking for coaches at Brampton East Gardens at this time.

Sorry, no dogs are allowed in the garden at this time.

Yes, there are various plants offerred for sale at Brampton East Gardens, please enquire with the owners for more details.

Sorry, Brampton East Gardens does not yet accommodate wheelchair users.

Yes. Brampton East Gardens seeks to offer a sustainable refuge for nearby fauna and wildlife. These sanctuaries host diverse habitats supporting indigenous flora and fauna and nurturing local biodiversity.