A brand new venue and what a wonderful venue this is. Described as “a masterpiece in the Neo-Georgian style” Sion Hill is one of the last pre-eminent country houses to be built in Yorkshire prior to the Great War. The Arts & Crafts house was designed in 1912 by the renowned York architect, Walter H Brierley. It has an extraordinary garden, created over the past 17 years due to the dedication of its current Trustee, Michael Mallaby.
It’s a joy to wander through with reaching views across the River Wiske and features topiary, parterres, the Long walk and traditional kitchen garden and a centenary Rose Garden.
The fair will be held beside the Stable Block and café and as you would expect, we shall have an amazing array of quality plants on sale from well respected plant growers and nurseries. The gardens are rarely open to the public and the house only for specialist groups, so why not come along on Sunday 17 June and enjoy this beautiful place.
Entries to the plant fair are now closed.
Admission to the gardens, grounds and plant fair £5.00.
- Children under 14 free. No dogs allowed on the premises.
- Proceeds go to the H W Mawer Charitable Trust and the local parish church.
- Open 11am – 4pm
- Sion Hill Hall, Kirby Wiske, Thirsk YO7 4ET