Open Gardens

Visitors are invited to wander around and enjoy the gardens – from bijou courtyards to elegant walled town house gardens. The street will be closed to traffic which will encourage a carnival atmosphere, with live music, stalls and games. All proceeds wil go to the Air Ambulance and Bridgnorth Hospital League of Friends. Prize winning gardener Ian Sievewright will be opening his garden to the public together with four others on Sunday 19th of June from 1.30pm – 5.30pm.

The gardens are situated at “The Croft” (opposite Severn Park in Bridgnorth). Entry will be £5.00 for adults and children under 12 free; tea and home-made cakes will be on offer and there will be a plant sale. All money raised will go towards Save the Children.


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