Harlaston Open Gardens
This event rested in 2020 and we don't have any up to date event details. When we get updated information, we'll add it here, but in the meantime we include below event information from a previous year to remind you about the event.
Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th June 2019
12.00noon to 6.00pm
Harlaston is a small ancient village on the edge of the Mease Valley three miles from the Memorial Arboretum. It is recorded in the Doomsday Book and the church tower dates back to the 14th century. Harlaston is set in open countryside and there are a number of footpaths with short circular walks around the village, the White Lion pub will also be open.
One of the gardens will have garden games, another stone painting. There will be a cake stall, tombola, brica-a-brac stall and a book stall at various locations in the village.
On Saturday there will be musical entertainment provided by the QEMS music academy band and strolling players. On Sunday (Fathers' Day) there will be a display of classic and vintage cars on the village green.
Refreshments are available at several locations - ploughmans' lunches, teas and homemade cakes, strawberries ice cream and prosecco, pizzas and crepes.
Well behaved dogs on leads welcome.
Proceeds shared between the church and village charities.
Plant sales: There will be plants for sale.
Cost: Adults £4.00, accompanied children free.
How to get event passports: Entry tickets and programmes are available at the main car park, the church and any of the gardens.
Contact the organisers: Phone: 01827 382 166 Email:
Directions: Signposted off the A513, three miles south of the Alrewas junction of A38, five miles north of Tamworth.
Location: Staffordshire. Use Sat Nav postcode: B79 9HE (please verify before travelling)
Please ... tell the organisers that you found them on the Open Gardens National Directory.