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Muston Open Gardens

 approx 7 gardens open Muston, near Bottesford, Leicestershire
Sunday 23rd June 2019
1.00pm to 4.00pm

A nice opportunity to stroll around this quaint village and explore our footpaths and churchyard full of wildflowers alongside the River Devon, with a lovely selection of gardens open.

Floral displays on a poetry theme in St. John the Baptist Church. Gardening advice from John Stirland, BBC Radio garden expert.

Tea and cake in the Old School, and Pimm's available.

Proceeds to Muston Old School Hall.

Plant sales
There will be plants for sale, grown by villagers.

Cost
3.00 adults, accompanied children free.

How to get event passports
Tickets available from The Old School, Muston, on the day and also in advance.

Contact the organisers
Phone: 07522 428 635
Email:

Location
County: Leicestershire
Postcode for Sat Nav: NG13 0FB (please verify before travelling)
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