This year’s Open Gardens

PUBLISHED: 12:18 09 June 2006 | UPDATED: 10:20 06 May 2010

On Sunday promises something of interest to everyone. Among the twelve gardens to visit there are four new ones with of course eight old favourites as well! A special this year is that Peter Lake will be in attendance at the allotments off Walnut Tree Lan

On Sunday promises something of interest to everyone. Among the twelve gardens to visit there are four new ones with of course eight old favourites as well! A special this year is that Peter Lake will be in attendance at the allotments off Walnut Tree Lane to answer questions about growing vegetables. In spite of a very late spring the gardens are lovely and to get round a good number you need to get off the mark soon after they open at 2pm; they close at 6pm. In wandering round the pretty village do pop in to St Mary's Church to enjoy a spot of peaceful music, together with displays of flower arrangements and the beautiful St Mary's kneelers. There are plants for sale, a tombola stall, refreshments, plus a pleasant rest, at Hammonds Farm and Royal Oak Lane, a lovely afternoon for just £3 per adult, contact 712343.


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