Gardening delights

PUBLISHED: 10:55 11 June 2008 | UPDATED: 21:55 15 June 2010

Horticultural enthusiasts may be able to pick up some horticultural tips this weekend. Once again this year, the talented gardeners of Musbury will soon be throwing open their gardens to public scrutiny.

Horticultural enthusiasts may be able to pick up some horticultural tips this weekend.

Once again this year, the talented gardeners of Musbury will soon be throwing open their gardens to public scrutiny.

There will be some 14 gardens to visit, from country gardens spanning several acres to small floral courtyards, all beautiful and with their own unique charm.

The gardens will be open to the public during the afternoons, this weekend, Saturday, June 14 and Sunday, June 15, from 2pm to 6pm.

Cream teas, cakes and refreshemnts will be available at various gardens at either end of the village and ice creams in the village centre.

There will be ample free parking in designated car parks and the village hall and car park will act as the information hub for both days, where maps and programmes can be purchased.

The entry cost is £3.50 per adult but children under 12 will be admitted free.

Entry programmes are also available beforehand at the village shop and at all gardens on the day.

Proceeds will be shared between the church and the village hall.


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