There is a chance to visit a cottage garden full of spring flowering bulbs on Sunday.
It’s at 21 Chapel Street, Haconby, where owners Joan and Cliff Curtis regularly open their garden to raise money for charity.
The garden behind their 300-year-old cottage is full of snowdrops, primroses, hellebores and many other spring flowering bulbs. There is a small walled garden, large alpine planted area, as well as colourful beds and borders throughout the year.
The garden is open to the public on Sunday from 11am to 5pm.
Entry is £2.50 and children are free.
The couple have supported the National Gardens Scheme for many years and are experienced and knowledgeable gardeners.
Visitors are welcome by appointment any time from January to October by contacting 01778 570314.