56 Barrydale Avenue NG9 1GN

Open on Saturday only

New to the Trail this year, a small, 1930s split-level gardener’s garden with wild, native and cultivated plants designed with wildlife at the heart of everything. Pleached beech trees stand in naturalistic herbaceous borders edged with Buxus, all reined-in by small gravel paths.

(You’ll also be very welcome to view the wild nature area at the end of Barrydale Avenue, which has been ‘gardened’ for wildlife by owners of No:56  since 2014—with fruit trees, wildflower meadow, and large ‘Bug Squat’.)

  • Refreshments: No
  • Plant sales
  • Accessibility: partial (steps and gravel paths unsuitable for wheelchairs).
  • Parking: very limited on Barrydale but plenty on Lacemaker Road 100 yards on.
  • Charity: Beeston and District Civic Society (Lady Plaques fund).