Yardley Hastings Open Gardens - Sunday June 30th
Sunday, June 30th
14 gardens will be open to delight and inspire in aid of St Andrew's Church. Cottage and more formal gardens, established and new planting, allotments and vegetable plots.
As you wander at leisure around this beautiful Northamptonshire village you can also see the Yardley Arts Summer Exhibition "Gardens and Landscapes", see artists at work and visit the historic Grade 1 Listed Court Parlour at The Manor House. which is not normally open to visitors.
At The Memorial Hall, you will find brunches, lunches and teas available throughout the day and plant sales. Free car parking at the Hall
Admission is by programme only. Programmes with garden/route information must be purchased from the Memorial Hall (NN7 1EX) before you start the gardens tour.
For more information contact Phone: 01604 696 703
Price: Adults £6, Concess £5, Under 16s free
Yardley Hastings Memorial Hall
7 Northampton Road, Yardley Hastings
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