Stockton Bury is a venue for nine artists taking part in the popular h.ART Week (Sept 7th – Sept 15th).
Entry to the art exhibition and sales area is free.
All artists have years of experience in their chosen field and their art is both functional, inspirational and inspired by plants and gardens.
The art is displayed in the cider press reception and outside the popular garden cafe.
Visit to enjoy the work of Jane Hickman (batik), Judith Price (jewelry), Andy Gray (resin and wood), Ed Elliott (sculptor), Nicola Hopwood (stained glass), Claire Vaughan (paint and print), Lea Gregory (botanical artist), Hannah Madden (printmaker) and Neil Lossock (blacksmith).
The garden will be open throughout the event – entry £7 for adults. Entry to the art and garden cafe is free.
Stockton Bury Gardens are at the heart of a working farm that has been looked after by the same family for five generations. The four acre garden is split into separate gardens offering formal and informal design. Stand under the largest Monkey Puzzle tree in the county, watch the bees coming and going from the hives or sit and take in the view from the Secret Garden. Stockton Bury offers a relaxed atmosphere and experts are on hand to answer your gardening questions. Stockton Bury features regularly in national gardening magazine as garden writer Tamsin Westhorpe is a member of the team and family.
Places to visit and stay in Leominster.
Leominster heralds many a black and white building and is packed with antique shops, Leominster sits to the north of Hereford City, in the heart of The Herefordshire Marches and close to the border of Shropshire. Leominster heralds the start of The Black and White Trail, which you simply cannot miss on a visit to Herefordshire. All year find fantastic things to do in all weathers and amazing accommodation in and around Leominster.