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Heritage Tour - Easton Walled Garden & Belton House
Saturday 11th July 2020

Pick up Points & Times

8.30am from Northwich (Schedule B)

Other pick-up points available - see below

£25.00 - book online belowor call 07932927694

Easton Walled Gardens nestle in a beautiful, rolling valley in South West Lincolnshire. They have been owned by the Cholmeley family for over 400 years. President Franklin D Roosevelt considered them one of the best gardens in the UK, writing home to his mother that the gardens were “A dream of Nirvana...almost too good to be true.”. The original gardens contained several walled enclosures around a mediaeval manor house. Over the centuries the design of the gardens changed and by the Victorian era the gardens were filled with bedding and borders, ornamental stonework, glasshouses, fine trees and even melon pits.

Belton House (NT) is a Grade I listed country house built between 1685 and 1688 by Sir John Brownlow, 3rd Baronet. It is surrounded by formal gardens and a series of avenues leading to follies within a larger wooded park. Belton has been described as a compilation of all that is finest of Carolean architecture, the only truly vernacular style of architecture that England had produced since the Tudor period. It is considered to be a complete example of a typical English country house.

 

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Pickup Points and Times

Schedule                                                 a            b             c
Winsford Delamere Street                  7.30am    8.00am    8.30am
Moulton Jack Lane                             7.38am    8.08am    8.38am
Davenham Old Primary School          7.40am    8.10am    8.40am
Sandiway Church                              7.45am    8.15am    8.45am
Weaverham Shops                            7.48am    8.18am    8.48am
Hartford Crossroads                          7.50am    8.20am    8.50am
Greenbank Hotel                                7.55am    8.25am    8.55am
Castle Darwin Street                          7.58am    8.28am    8.58am
Northwich Memorial Court                 8.00am    8.30am    9.00am

Timings are approximate - please be at your chosen pickup point in good time as the coach will not wait.

Entry fees to museums and galleries are extra. National Trust (NT) properties are free to Members, but only if you remember to bring your card.

We stop for morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea, but you are welcome to bring your own refreshments.

Changes to the advertised itinerary may be made due to circumstances beyond our control.

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