Clifton & Hotwells Open Gardens Event 2022

‘Green Squares & Secret Gardens’, the team behind the Clifton & Hotwells Open Gardens event is very excited to be organising a fuller event again in 2022, having had to scale it back in 2021 and cancel it altogether in 2020 due to the covid situation!

For your diaries, the details are as follows:

Saturday 11th June & Sunday 12th June  10.30am – 5pm:

Visit the communal gardens & squares hidden behind the elegant terraces of Clifton & Hotwells, with home made refreshments, stalls & entertainments including performances by the Gert Lush Choir & the Tobacco Factory Singers

This is a rare opportunity to escape the bustle of Clifton village & enjoy our beautiful formal gardens, woodlands & wild gardens most of which are rarely open to the public. This year we are excited to be running the event again for the whole weekend, with at least two new gardens Clifton Hill House & Clifton Meadow. 

There will be a variety of refreshments and activities, including talks, conducted walks and a tree trail and we are thrilled to be joined this year by two choirs.

More detailed information about opening times & individual gardens will be available from the end of April on our website:


These can be purchased in advance from Eventbrite (£6) or on the day (£5) from 10.30am on Boyce’s Avenue and from selected gardens listed on our website (16 and under free)

Tickets include entry to all gardens on both Saturday and Sunday, a booklet and map (paper or electronic)

Important Note: Only assistance dogs are allowed in the gardens

Published by sneydparkresidentsassociation

Established in 1969, SPRA (Sneyd Park Residents' Association) is a membership organisation run by a volunteer committee of residents to maintain the character of the Sneyd Park area of Bristol, officially designated as a conservation area since 1981.

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