Summer outing 2021: The Cotswolds - Sunday 4th July
Our hope is to visit the venue that was originally planned for 2020
We won't be taking bookings until the coronavirus situation is clearer
Sudeley Castle, near Winchcombe
The Castle is well known for its magnificent gardens, including the herb garden, Tudor physic garden and knot garden. The herb garden was created by Sir Roddy Llewellyn in 2011 and comprises six garden beds, each focusing on a different aspect of herb use. The Tudor physic garden is home to the plants that were used medicinally during the Tudor period, when Katherine Parr lived at Sudeley in the 16th century.
You will also be able to visit the Castle and its excellent exhibitions. There are several options for lunch: you can either eat a packed lunch in the garden or buy lunch from the café or the more formal restaurant.
We will leave Clifton at 8.25am and aim to be back in Bristol around 6.00pm.