By Haddenham Webteam - 15th June 2015 8:20am
Turn End, in Townside, is one of three award-winning village homes designed and built in the 1960s by architect Peter Aldington.
There will be a rare opening to visitors on Sunday 28th June from 2.00pm-5.30pm. Hosted by Turn End Charitable Trust, architectural fans and garden enthusiasts will be able to meet Peter and Margaret Aldington and find out how the house and gardens were designed and developed over the years.
Jackie Hunt, Turn End's gardener, will be on hand to explain the various planting styles in the garden 'rooms'.
Home made teas in the garden also on offer.
Entry is £15. Bookings are preferable: to reserve a place, please email turnendtrustevents@gmail
or phone 07591 018601.
To see details of future events organised by the Turn End Charitable Trust, please click here.
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