Hidden Gardens of Grayshott

Hidden Gardens of Grayshott is a biennial event where the villagers of Grayshott open our gardens to the public.

There’s plenty to see and do beside the gardens. From admiring the villages’ two allotment sites, to cream teas, home made produce sales and even the chance to get up close to the village forge and fire engine. The money raised is used to fund various projects around the village from the hanging baskets along the high street, to creating garden areas for the various clubs and organisations within the village. Look out for the Hidden Gardens plaques that mark these good deeds.

Visit the website at www.hiddengardensofgrayshott.co.uk


Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)

The RHS was founded in 1804, and their core objective is to be the world’s leading gardening charity by inspiring passion and excellence in the science, art and practice of horticulture.



Women’s Farm and Garden Association (WFGA)

The Women’s Farm and Garden Association is a registered charity, founded in 1899 by women concerned about the lack of education and employment opportunities for women working on the land.

Today, membership is open to all that have an interest in farming and gardening. It offers those with an interest in growing the opportunity to network within a membership of professional growers, to exchange ideas and experiences.