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Gardener Walks & Talks: Champion Tree Tour. With Senior Gardener

Join our Senior Gardener, Steve Feazey, on a guided tour of some of the gardens best Champion Trees.

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event (admission applies)

We currently have 274 county champion trees at Sheffield Park and Garden. Within that, 39 are England Champions and 36 are Britain and Ireland Champions. On this free guided walk, Steve will take you around some of his favourites, including our tallest, smallest and widest champions.

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Prices

Event ticket prices

This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.

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The basics

Booking details

Gardener Walks don't need pre-booking. On a first come, first served basis.

Suitability

Aimed at adults and older children.

Meeting point

Meet just through Visitor Reception.

What to bring and wear

Sensible footwear and clothing is recommended as the garden can be muddy depending on the weather.

Accessibility

The route will all be on our accessible pathways, so it will be suitable for anyone that wishes to join.

Other

Check with the property before travelling.

Contact info

Sheffield Park and Garden

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on
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