Easton on the hill, Stamford, Lincolnshire Sunday 25th June 2017 1.00pm to 6.00pm
Located just outside of Stamford, the picturesque village of Easton on the hill will be opening up some of its gardens to the public, many for the very first time. Beautiful old stone cottages reveal quaint cottage gardens, a small colourful courtyard, a prairie inspired garden, interesting vegetable patches and some unexpectedly long and large gardens.
The National Trust's 15th century Priest's House will also be open for visitors.
Delicious teas will be served at the village hall and the village also boasts two pubs.
Two charities, Evergreen care trust and Tour de sands and Friend's of the church and the Horticultural and crafts society will benefit from the proceeds.
Plant sales: Plants will be on sale outside of No.4 High street.
Cost: Adults £5.00, accompanied 16s and under free.
How to get event passports: Tickets may be purchased at the Village Hall and at the car park at the top of Church Street.
Contact the organisers: Phone: 01780 767 917 Email:
Directions: The village is situated between Stamford and Collyweston on the A43. The village hall is in New Road.
Location: County: Northamptonshire Postcode for Sat Nav: PE9 3NN (please verify before travelling) Find approximate location on GoogleMaps (new window)
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