Cherington is a wee little village about four miles North East of Tetbury, Gloucestershire, in the South Cotswolds. Winner of several Best Kept Village awards, Cherington is much loved by those who live there today, many with roots in the village that span generations, and those who have since moved further afield. If you'd like to submit a story for this site, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Attach photos to your email as jpeg files.
Trull House Gardens Built in 1843, Trull House is set amidst 8 acres of gardens in glorious Cotswold countryside in the Parish of Cherington. The Gardens were laid out at the beginning of the last century and comprise many varieties of garden compartments. The features include a sunken lily pond, rockery, wild garden, walled garden, expansive lawns and mature trees and shrubs. The garden was featured in Country Living in June 2003. Home grown plants are available for sale and also cut flowers and vegetables from the garden.