The summer may be officially over, but nobody told the gardens around Oxfordshire. They're still looking lovely in the September sun and in many places you can see (and taste) the kitchen garden produce being put to good use.
The fruit and vegetables in Chastleton's gardens are reaching their peak in September. The mulberries are ripening but the medlars have a little way to go.
The kitchen garden earns its keep in September at Greys Court with lots of produce heading to the kitchen for jam and cakes.
Sandham Memorial Chapel near Newbury is a hidden gem. The recently restored garden of reflection is lovingly tended by volunteers on closed days so that you can soak up the September sun in peace.
Waddesdon's garden continues to look great way into September. From the iconic Parterre with its unique carpet bedding, to the statuary and fountains hidden within the grounds.
Choose a family-friendly woodland trail or take on a more challenging terrain on a woodland hike.
Scroll through our downloadable autumn walks across London and the South East and pick the colour that suits you best.
From the crisp coppers of Kent to brooding bronzes of Berkshire - there is a shade for everyone this autumn.