Hampton Bishop: virtual garden visits

WHEN: Saturday 30th & Sunday 31st May WHERE: Hampton Bishop, Herefordshire

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Garden owners from Hampton Bishop have gone digital to complete a fundraising mission for their Hospice.

Click the links below to see a virtual tour of Hampton Bishop’s delightful gardens:

The St Michael’s Open Garden event which was due to open up village gardens to the public on 30th and 31st May is now taking place online with a collection of videos and photographs featuring 15 of the village’s inspirational gardens.

Event Co-ordinator, Alison Watkins, herself an outpatient at St Michael’s Hospice said, ‘We were all disappointed when we thought that the event would have to be cancelled. But the community’s enthusiasm and technological know-how now means we can share the gardens which are all in tip-top condition with online visitors.’ 

Photography and video by Sophie Jones of Saunders and Jones Graphic Design Services (www.saundersandjones.co.uk).  

All of the garden videos have been set to music composed by Tom Hughes, a local musician, (www.tomhughesmusic.co.uk). 

Thanks also to Kate La Barre for managing the village website.’

The sought-after village of Hampton Bishop is situated just outside the city of Hereford, surrounded by beautiful countryside including both the Wye and Lugg rivers, with the ancient church of St Andrew’s at the heart of the village.

Please donate now and support our 2020 virtual Open Gardens programme: click here and select Hampton Bishop Open Gardens

The village is aiming to raise vital funds for St Michaels Hospice, St Andrew’s Church Hampton Bishop and The Emmy Coates Thyroid Cancer Research Fund at the Royal Marsden. 

Lower House

Box Tree Cottage

Jays Nest

Old Court Cottage


Broxwood House

Saffron House

Old Rectory Cottage

Stone Barn

The Chimneys

Thatched Cottage

Oak Court

The Studdies

Church Bells

Pentilo Cottage



Parking, plant sale and refreshments available at Village Hall (HR1 4JY).
Ice cream stall at Old Rectory Cottage.
Proceeds to St Michael’s Hospice, St Andrew’s Church Hampton Bishop, and the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. 

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