This is a hidden historic town garden established in the 1930s by the Martin sisters and developed since the 1980s by the late Paul Millmore. It is accessed via steps to a narrow cobbled passageway which opens out to reveal a truly secret garden. ½ acre in size, the garden is laid out formally with brick paviour paths, perennial borders, pond, mature trees and topiary. A magical space in the midst of bustling urban life.
See the entry in the National Garden Scheme website for more details, photos, and how to get to the garden.
Admission £4.00, children free. Home-made teas.