This event is going ahead following discussions involving the charity, The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust, Nick and Annette Mason, Wiltshire Council and Public Health England.
The safety of our guests, staff and volunteers remains the number one priority of all involved.
There will be a limit on the number of attendees, of just 2,000 on each day, which is 50% of the original permitted capacity.
People are urged to pre-book tickets where possible to avoid any disappointment - which can be done online via middlewickhouseopengarden.com. Entry costs £7 for adults, with under-12s free of charge.
All attendees will be asked to check in to the NHS Track and Trace app on arrival. There will also be additional social distancing measures and signage in place, with specific areas for entrance and exit.
As an outdoor event, mask wearing is not mandatory, although visitors may wish to do so.
The event was last held in 2019, raising a record amount of £40,000 to be split between Wiltshire Air Ambulance and The Bobby Van Trust.
This year attendees will be able to wander around the beautiful gardens of Middlewick House and browse an array of stalls, selling everything from plants to art.
Tea, coffee and cakes will be available throughout the day, along with Nick Mason’s famous barbeque. Nick will also have on display his stunning array of classic sports cars.
Complimentary parking will be available in the field around Middlewick, organised by the Rotary Club.
Please note, although some stalls will accept card payments, cash will be being taken on site at all stalls and attractions.
For more information about the event, and to pre-book tickets, visit middlewickhouseopengarden.com.Back to News