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The Old Rectory, Wickham

This 5 acre garden surrounds a house built c1700. About a century later it was apparently gifted/sold to the Winchester Diocese. Since 2000 the owners have developed it in the Capability Brown style, exploiting its open aspect and mature trees. The sloping site allows for four interconnected ponds, providing different habitats, and an acre of rewilding meadow surrounded by uncut hedges.

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The Old Rectory, Wickham
The Old Rectory, Wickham
The Old Rectory, Wickham
The Old Rectory, Wickham
The Old Rectory, Wickham
The Old Rectory, Wickham
The Old Rectory, Wickham
The Old Rectory, Wickham

About The Old Rectory, Wickham

This 5 acre garden surrounds a house built c1700. About a century later it was apparently gifted/sold to the Winchester Diocese. Since 2000 the owners have developed it in the Capability Brown style, exploiting its open aspect and mature trees. The sloping site allows for four interconnected ponds, providing different habitats, and an acre of rewilding meadow surrounded by uncut hedges.

Location details

The Old Rectory,
Wickham,
Fareham,
Hampshire,
PO17 6HR

Directions to The Old Rectory, Wickham
E from village for 300 metres on B2177 to Southwick. 1st house on R before bend.

The Old Rectory, Wickham openings

You can just turn up and pay on the day.

Refreshments Tea.
Admission Adult: £5.00
Child: Free
Opening times 13:00-17:00

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FAQs

Payment is by cash only. Please get in touch with the owners for more details.

Sorry, there is no available parking for coaches at The Old Rectory, Wickham at this time.

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

There are no plants for sale for the time being.

Yes, one or more routes at The Old Rectory, Wickham are accessible to wheelchair users.

Yes. The Old Rectory, Wickham 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.