Seaton, near Uppingham, Rutland Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th June 2019 12.00noon to 4.30pm
A range of gardens will be open this year with old favourites as well as some new openers - some small, some large - in this quiet conservation village.
We have stunning views over the Welland Valley and Welland Valley viaduct, completed in 1882 with 82 spans. All Hallows' Church dates from the Norman times and the original chancel, arch and doorway still exist. The building was added to in the 14th century and substantially renovated in the late 19th century. The church will be open to view.
Light lunches from 11.30am and homemade cakes will be available in the village hall. There will also be a book stall, a cake stall selling homemade cakes and biscuits, and an ice cream stall - weather permitting.
Not all gardens will be suitable for those with limited mobility, but all assistance will be given.
All proceeds will go to All Hallows' Church, Seaton and Seaton Village Hall.
Plant sales There will be a well-stocked plant stall in one of the gardens.
Cost £5.00 per person per day, accompanied children under 12s free.
How to get event passports Programmes with a map of the gardens will be on sale at the Village Hall. Please start your visit there.
Number of gardens Approximately 12 gardens will be open, but the total may vary from day to day - please contact the organisers if you need exact numbers.
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Directions Seaton is two and a half miles east of the attractive market town of Upppingham and approximately 8 miles from Oakham.
Location County: Rutland Postcode for Sat Nav: LE15 9HU (please verify before travelling) Find approximate location on GoogleMaps (new window)
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