Bampton's Graves

Bampton Plants & Gardens Soc.

This society organises talks on gardening topics, and some excellent expeditions.

It also provides annual catalogues from seed merchants and nurseries, and by ordering through the society, substantial discounts (30%) can be obtained.

The Society meets on the second Wednesday of every other month in winter - 7.30pm at the Community Hall.

All trips leave War Memorial area at 9am.

You can see a Slideshows of the Garden Visits we carried out in the last few years - here! ENJOY.


Download a printable copy of 2020 Programme here.

Feb.: Wed. 12th

 Coffee morning 10.30am  @ ‘Home Cottage’

April:  Wed. 8th

The Old Vicarage, Shaftesbury
and Wilton House

May:  Wed. 13th 9.00am

Compton Acres – Poole

June: Wed. 10th 9.00am

Truffles, Bishop Sutton  
and The American Museum garden, Bath

June: 27/28th

Bampton Hidden Gardens weekend

July:  Wed. 8th 9.00am

Middle Well, Stoke Gabriel
and Coleton Fishacre

Sept.: Wed. 9th 9.00am

The Newt in Bruton, Somerset

Oct.: Wed. 14th  

 AGM   Talk: Katherine Crouch – “Plants that should be better known”.

Dec.:  Wed. 9th

 Christmas Meeting with refreshments and slide show. Speaker Lisette de Roche will talk about growing, tapping and making products from birch trees and will have her products available for sale.



Most visits will be around £35. If you have a National Trust card, please bring it to all trips as we may call in to properties.  Trips include entry, guided tours, and transport (we do not aim to raise any surplus, but simply cover costs, and if costs are lower, the trips could be charged a lesser amount). Of course, the more people who book seats to fill a coach or minibus, the cheaper it is! In order to help our administration and to avoid problems with the coach company, please book well in advance – please find a substitute if for some reason you have to cancel.

Contact Wendy Lunel for any queries.


Bampton Heritage & Visitor Centre