Chichele College Garden

a place for contemplation, recreation and education

Chichele College Garden

The newly created medieval-style garden was a community project initiated by the Higham Ferrers Tourism, Business and Community Partnership funded by a National Lottery Community Spaces grant and the generosity of the local community.

See more …

The garden has become a place for contemplation, recreation and education for the local community, as well visitors to the College. Every effort is being made to make it accessible to all.

See more …

Saffron …

Ever wondered why Saffron Road is so named? This crocus was grown by the inhabitants at Chichele College who were granted a licence from the King to grow what has always been the world’s most expensive spice.

What's on 2019

We will advertise details of our upcoming events in Spring 2019.

Chichele College Gallery

From March to November, many local artists exhibit and sell their work in this historic building. Entry is free.

See more …

LIVE at Chichele College

You can listen for free to our summer season of live music, presented in association with Higham Ferrers Town Council.


Come along at any time …

The garden is open all year round, and all events are free of charge.

Pupils from Higham Ferrers Junior School enjoying a visit to the garden and an exhibition in the College