The one acre walled kitchen garden is in the process of being restored by a small but enthusiastic team of volunteers. The aim is to grow as many Cambridgeshire varieties of fruit as possible. Additions over recent years include an apple tunnel running the complete length of the garden, a large area devoted to soft fruit and a herb garden.
The walled garden, known as ‘The Cottage Garden’ dates from the 1760s. A wide range of fruit is grown and includes a collection of 40 varieties of pear, with many heritage varieties. There are several glasshouses, one of which houses a 200 year old Cannon Hall Muscat vine.