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What’s on highlights for 2014... Do more with the National Trust The National Trust is a charity that looks after hundreds of extraordinary places, for ever, for everyone. Join us and get in free You can enjoy Hidcote as often as you like – and visit hundreds more places around the country – free. All you need to do is join the National Trust. April Easter Eggs-travaganza Sun 20 and Mon 21, 10-4pm Normal admission applies Hop along to Hidcote and join the Easter fun. Hunt the clues, solve
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  An inspirational garden for all seasons Discover 2014 Hidcote Do more with the National TrustJoin us and get in free The National Trust is a charity that looks after hundreds of extraordinary places, for ever, for everyone.You can enjoy Hidcote as often as you like – and visit hundreds more places around the country – free. All you need to do is join the National Trust. Membership starts at £58, and there are special rates for families and young people. Members get free admission, and free car parking, at all our places, plus a complete handbook and a fascinating magazine. Opening Information 2014Adult £11*, child £5.50*, family £27.50* (2 adults & 3 children). National Trust members FREE. Children 5 years and under FREE. *Price includes voluntary gift aid donation; visitors can, however, choose to pay the standard admission charges which are displayed at the property and at www.nationaltrust.org.uk. Photography ©: NTPL/Ian Shaw/David Levenson/Stuart Cox/Paul Harris/Daniel Bosworth/Jonathan Buckley/ Arnhel de Serra/Nick Daly/Hidcote Manor Garden Printed on 100% recycled paper. Please recycle this leaet after use. © National Trust 2010. National Trust is an independent registered charity, number 205846Produced by RMR Creative 0121 569 7750. Open Good Friday. All facilities close at the same time as last admission (one hour before closing). Opening times M T W T F S S15 Feb – 9 Mar 11 - 4 4 4 15 Mar – 27 Apr 10 - 6 4 4 4   4 4 28 Apr – 31 Aug 10 - 7 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 Sept – 28 Sept 10 - 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 29 Sept – 2 Nov 10 - 5 4 4 4   4 4 8 Nov – 21 Dec 11 - 4 4 4 Alcester    B 4  6  3  2     B   4   6    3    2  A 4 6 A4 6  A4 6   A 4 6 CheltenhamWinchcombeStow-on-theWoldChipping NortonBroa dway Stra tford-upon-AvonEvesham      M     5   J15 J9      A    4     2     9     A    4     2     9     A    4     2     9 A  4  4  A  4  4   A4 4 A4 4  A4 4  Snowshill Ma nor  Mickleton       A      4      0      A     4      3      5  A 4  3  5      A     4      3      5 A    3    4    0    0     A    3    4    0    0     Hidcote CharlecotePar k   Hidcote For alternative formats, please call us on 01386 438333 or email hidcote@nationaltrust.org.uk Discover rare shrubs and trees, herbaceous borders and unusual plants from around the worldBe inspired by breathtaking garden design and planting Experience the fullment of a quiet American’s English fantasy Hidcote Manor Garden, Hidcote Bartrim, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6LR. Tel: 01386 438333 Fax: 01386 438817Email: hidcote@nationaltrust.org.uk www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hidcote April Easter Eggs-travaganza Sun 20 and Mon 21, 104pm Normal admission applies Hop along to Hidcote and join the Easter fun. Hunt the clues, solve the puzzle and win a chocolate treat. Love your Lawn – turf care class*  Thu 24, 102pm Adult £30 Join our resident gardener Richard, expert in all things green and lush, for a fun informative morning. Morning coee and a light lunch included. May Twilight Bat Walk*  Fri 9, 7.30pmAdult £19.50 Become a true detective with our bat expert. Explore the garden with bat detectors and discover which bats have made Hidcote their home. Includes light refreshments. Head Gardener’s Private Evening Tour and BBQ*  Thu 15, 7pmAdult £40 Join our Head Gardener for a private tour of this inspirational garden. Followed by a tasty barbecue supper. Summer Cinema*  Sat 24 & Sun 25, 7pmAdult £12.50, Child £6.50, Family £35Our ‘green screen on the lawn’ will be showing two great movie hits in our rst ever open-air cinema event. September Sculpture Trail  Sat 6 to Sun 28, 105pm Normal admission applies Celebrate the best of contemporary art. Explore the garden and be inspired as talented artists showcase their work. What’s on  highlights for 2014... * Booking essential by calling 01386 438333 This is just a taster of our exciting events. Please visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/hidcote for a full events listing.  Informal stone paths and steps mean access  is dicult to some parts of the garden. Assistance dogs are welcome. 4 miles NE of  Chipping Campden; 8 miles S of Stratford, and signposted from B4632, near to Mickleton. ‘ Absolutely  stunning!   We ha ve been visiting ma ny  ga r dens thr ough the y ea r s, but this ha s ta ken our  br ea th a wa y .  Bea utif ul ’ Georgina Skes, visitor  Wear strong, sensible shoes as the paths and steps are sometimes narrow and uneven and can become slippery when wet.  Mrs Winthrop bought her son an exposed eld high on a Cotswold hill. In just over 30 years he turned it into one of the country’s great Arts and Crafts gardens. Lawrence Johnston There’s always something new to see  as he carefully designed each garden ‘room’ to peak at dierent times of the year. Our shop and plant centre always have something to inspire &  tempt. Step back in time  and tour the garden with the help of its creator using one of our new audio guides. Find out about his exotic plant hunting expeditions and his inspirations.Make the most of your day and enjoy  a meal in our Winthrop’s Café and conservatory, with seasonal menus inspired by tasty produce straight from our kitchen garden. Our home made cakes are pretty good too. Whatever the season There’s always something new to see… March  - Hellebores April  - Skunk cabbage, narcissi and magnolias May  - Tulips, handkerchief tree, wisteria, giant alliums and lilacs June  - Old roses and herbaceous plants July  - Herbaceous borders, lilies and lacecap hydrangeas August  - Fuchsias, dahlias and heliotropes September  - Japanese anemones and autumn crocus October  - Cobaeas, acers and tapestry hedges November  - Autumn colour December  - Garden structure Explore   the intricate network of srcinal stone pathways and discover magnicent vistas and secret gardens. ‘ Ov er whelming ly  bea utif ul  a nd ca r ed f or  so lov ing ly ’’ Bar bar a Har dy , Canada ‘ Wonderful! Hidcote is my favourite National Trust garden’ Marie Hepworth, visitor

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