Little Harle Tower Open Garden Day

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Sunday, June 11, 2017

2:00 pm To 5:00 pm

Kirkwhelpington, Newcastle upon Tyne NE19 2PD, United Kingdom

Events Description

Welcome to Little Harle Tower Red Cross Open Garden Day

These extensive gardens surround a 14th century Grade 11* pele tower – with mature woodland and shrub & herbaceous borders surrounding a two-acre lawn and there is a quarter-mile ha-ha offering stunning views over Kirkharle Estate. A Georgian walled garden has an orchard, cut flowers & vegetables grown for the restaurant trade.

  • Open: 2pm-5pm – Entrance: Adults: £5.00 Children: £0.00
  • Address: Kirkwhelpington, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE19 2PD
  • Directions: Follow the old A1 road, two miles North of Seaton Burn.
  • By kind permission of: Mrs Kitty Anderson
  • For all enquiries, please get in touch with Margaret Musgrave by email at MMusgrave@redcross.org.uk or by phone on 0191 2334173

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