Two gardens in Kilmington to open for National Gardens Scheme

PUBLISHED: 17:00 08 May 2019

The gardens will be open later in May

The gardens will be open later in May


Charities are set to benefit when two gardens open in Kilmington.

Two gardens will be opening in Kilmington, with proceeds going to charity.

The gardens at Breach and Spinney Two, both in Shute Road, will be open from 1.30pm to 5pm, on Saturday, May 18, and Sunday, May 19.

Visitors will get the chance to see rhododendrons, azaleas, cornus, a wild flower area, acers, vegetable and fruit gardens and much more when the gardens open under the national Garden Scheme.

There will aslo be the chance to quench your thirst with tea and cakes, served at Breach in aid of St Giles? Church.

In 2018, the National Garden Scheme increased its donation to cancer and nursing charities by 12 per cent nationally and Devon was the highest earning county outside the home counties!

A spokesman for the event said: “Please come and see our gardens so that we can donate even more in 2019.”

Admission is only £6 for both gardens, children are free.

There is wheelchair access to the main parts of the gardens and dogs welcome on leads.

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