To Goostrey Open Gardens event 2023. All ticket sales raise vital funds for the East Cheshire Hospice in Macclesfield.

The gardens range in size, setting and style from sweeping lawns to colourful courtyards and everything in between. Your map and brochure will help you decide which gardens you would like to visit- there are plenty to inspire and delight you. These gardens are private and we can’t thank the owners enough for offering to share them with us. Many gardeners are hosting their own mini events, demonstrations and refreshments, also for charity. Some gardeners will also be holding plant sales so you may wish to collect them at a later time by arrangement. Accompanied Children are also very welcome- there is something for them to spot in every single garden- full details are included in the brochure.

Buy Tickets

Tickets now available. ​

You can buy your ticket and download  a brochure and map  from the East Cheshire hospice website.

QR code to access East Cheshire Hospice web site.

You can also buy tickets in person (payment in cash only) from

  • The Trading Post, Booth Bed Lane, Goostrey CW4 8LP
  • Goostrey Mini Market, 85 Main Road, Goostrey CW4 8JP

Gallery of Gardens

Just a few images from the host gardens that you can visit on 11th June.

About East Cheshire Hospice

East Cheshire Hospice is a warm and welcoming space for adults facing life-limiting illness.

Its number one priority is to provide care, comfort and compassionate support to patients and their loved ones.

The Hospice’s Macclesfield premises include a 15-bed Inpatient Unit as well as a Sunflower Wellbeing Centre for outpatient services. A Hospice @Home service also launched in 2017, bringing specialist care into patients’ homes and providing out of hours support.

All East Cheshire Hospice’s services are provided free of charge to those who need them. However, only 17% of its funding is from the government and the remaining £7,500 a day must be donated or raised by the communities it serves.

How to Find Us

Goostrey is located just off A50 or A535 between Holmes Chapel and Knutsford. The parish contains the huge Lovell radio telescope at Jodrell Bank which is visible from a number of the host gardens.
Goostrey also has it’s own railway station with trains running between Manchester Piccadilly and Crewe. 

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