Uley, near Dursley, Gloucestershire Saturday 16th June 2018 11.00am to 4.00pm
Gardens large and small will be open forming two circular walks. Most gardens have not been opened before. The walks give an opportunity to enjoy the architecture of the village and splendid views of the Uley Valley in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
St. Giles Church will be decorated with summer flower arrangements by the talented Uley flower arrangers. There will be refreshments in the Village Hall and its adjoining orchard providing teas and coffees, Ploughman's lunches and teas with home made cakes.
One of the large mill gardens will exhibit work by the Cotswold Sculptors Association and will also provide Pimm's. There will be a quiz trail for children, a book sale at Street Farm, and a raffle. Assistance dogs only please.
Proceeds to support St Giles Church and Uley Playgroup.
Plant sales: At the Village Hall and at Street Farm. Biannual plants are being grown on specially.
Cost: £5.00 rover ticket, accompanied under 16s free.
How to get event passports: Rover Tickets available on approaches to village from the Village Hall, opposite St Giles Church, Marsh Farm, Dauncey's Mill, and Street Farm in the middle of the village. All will be signed posted.
Directions: Uley is on the B4066 beetween Stroud and Dursley. Event will be signposted from roads leading into village. Please head for our Village Hall or one of the other three ticket sites.
Location: County: Gloucestershire Postcode for Sat Nav: GL11 5SN (please verify before travelling) Find approximate location on GoogleMaps (new window)
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