Circa 70 people attended the review evening in the Old Court House in Antrim for the Annual Review of the Open Gardens.
Welcome to UGS pages.
The Ulster Gardens Scheme raises funds for special projects in National Trust gardens within Northern Ireland through the opening of privately owned gardens to the public in a series of open days or visits arranged by appointment.
The scheme gives all of its earnings to be used for special jobs in National Trust gardens in Northern Ireland.
Visit the Open Gardens section to see what's happening each month.
Be sure to visit the Gallery of photographs of Openings & other Events
We look forward to seeing you again in the 2017 season.
Calling all Garden Clubs & Societies:
Why not plan the following evening into your Autumn/Winter Program
- join us for the:
Ulster Gardens Scheme
Annual Review Evening
on Thursday 16th. November 2017 at 7.30pm
at the great venue of the Old Courthouse, Antrim.
Join members of the Ulster Gardens Scheme Committee and garden owners for our very popular annual review, when we look back at another successful season’s garden visiting on behalf of the National Trust, and enjoy a light supper.
An admission charge of £5.00 (including supper) per person will be made, to avoid a drain on National Trust funds.
Pre-booking is essential, as numbers are strictly limited.
Contact The Old Courthouse on 028 9448 1338 to ensure a reservation.