The picturesque Cotswold village of Adlestrop, famous for its literary associations with Jane Austen and the poet, Edward Thomas, opens its gardens, large and small, and offers many attractions on its annual Open Day. You can have delicious lunches and teas at the Village Hall before exploring the stalls outside featuring Home-made Produce, Bottle Tombola, Bric-a-Brac and Plants. Wander around the village’s beautiful gardens, enjoy a children’s choir singing at the church and look at the thoroughbreds at the racing stables. There are Pony Rides and Traditional games for children on the Green just by the thatched Post Office – open for ice creams. There is also an Exhibition by local artists at Manor Farm.
A variety of Beautiful Gardens to view
Ploughman’s Lunches 12.00 – 2.00
Teas and Cakes at the Village Hall 12.00 – 5.00
Judged by Alexander Armstrong
£2.00 entry per class Starts at 2.00 pm
A Donation will be made to the Blue Cross
Children’s Games and Pony Rides – Art Exhibition by Local Artists
Richard Phillips’ Racing Stables open for Viewing `
Home Baked Cakes and Produce -`Bric-a-Brac`Plant Stall – Raffle and Tombola
Adlestrop Open Day will be on
Sunday 14 June from 12.00 midday to 5.00 pm.
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