North Ferriby, near Hull, East Yorkshire Sunday 2nd July 2017 11.00am to 4.00pm
For one day only, the residents of North Ferriby throw open their garden gates and invite you to step inside their own personal sanctuaries.
North Ferriby is situated at the southernmost tip of the Yorkshire Wolds, extending down to the river Humber. The balance and sheer concentration of features in North Ferriby renders it unusual for an East Riding village and thus worthy of being granted Conservation Area status in 1982.
Live music, hot and cold refreshments, as well as our Scarecrow Festival, all serve to further enhance what promises to be a memorable day.
Proceeds in aid of Friends of North Ferriby School.
Plant sales: Various plant stalls
Cost: £3.00 adults, accompanied children free. Scarecrow map £1.00.
How to get event passports: Available from the village School and Post Office from early June and on the day from the village school and Hallmark Hotel.
Contact the organisers: Phone: 07724 055 767
Location: County: Yorkshire Postcode for Sat Nav: HU14 3BZ (please verify before travelling) Find approximate location on GoogleMaps (new window)