The Dorothy Clive Garden - a charitable garden trust - was set up by Colonel Harry Clive as a place of rest and continued horticultural education for the general public.
The garden, originally a disused gravel quarry, was transformed by Clive into a woodland garden for his wife Dorothy, who was suffering from Parkinson's Disease.
Located in glorious countryside on the North Staffordshire, Shropshire and Cheshire borders, the garden is both formal and informal, hosting a network of paths that invite the visitor to explore and discover the intimacy and tranquility of the garden.
Highlights of the garden include an alpine scree, laburnham arch, woodland waterfall, rose walk, cottage garden, spectacular summer border and a wide selection of plants and unusual species.
There is also a tearoom selling delicious homemade food as well as a children's play area with rubber mulch flooring and gift shop.
There are various workshops and events taking place throughout the open season. Please visit for further information