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Gosberton gardens will be open to the public to raise money for charity




A trio of gardens in Gosberton plan to be open for people to visit this Sunday (June 16).

Millstone House, 21 Quadring Road and 4 Salem Street are all taking part in the National Garden Scheme, which raises money for good causes.

Salem Street Gardens in Gosberton. (12159334)
Salem Street Gardens in Gosberton. (12159334)

The gardens will be open from noon until 5pm on the day and combined admission to see all the gardens is £5 and free for children.

Millstone House will delight visitors will its colourful herbaceous borders and dappled shade that creates a feeling of relaxation at the rear of the house.

At 21 Quadring Road, the front garden includes large bee friendly herbaceous beds and secluded garden rooms.

And 4 Salem Street has a delightful secluded garden with mixed borders, including a small water feature and a productive vegetable plot. There are light refreshments available here. For more info go to www.ngs.org.uk

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