RHS Garden Hyde Hall (Essex) Reviews
Newest Review: ... town of Chelmsford and is a 20 minute drive from here. The directions as supplied by the website are From the M25: Leave the M25 at junction 29 for A127 (signed Southend). From the A127 exit onto the A132 (signed Wickford/South Woodham Ferrers). Or leave the A12 at junction 17, then at the roundabout take the second exit for the A130 (signed Southend/Basildon) From the A130 Rettendon Turnpike roundabout follow the tourist attraction flower symbols towards South Woodham Ferrers on the A132. At the Shaw Farm roundabout turn into Willow Grove/Creephedge Lane. The address of the gardens is Westerns Approach Rettendon Chelmsford Essex CM... more
Customer RHS Garden Hyde Hall (Essex) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/05/09, updated on 18/05/09 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Introduction -------------- Hyde Hall Gardens are in Essex close to where I live, and are one of the Royal Horticultural Society gardens which are open to the public. Entry to the gardens is free if you are a member, but non members have to pay £5.50 to enter per person. Children are £2 each. Currently it is possible to visit by using a buy one ticket get one free offer, which is currently being offered through Rachel's Organic Milk which we buy on a weekly basis. Located in the small village of Rettendon the opening times are Open every day except Christmas Day January 10am-4pm February 10am-5pm March-September ... Read the complete review
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