National Trust’s Gunby Hall and Gardens near Skegness to donate admission fees to National Garden Scheme charities

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The National Trust’s Gunby Hall and Gardens is set to donate entrance fees collected one day next week to the charities supported by the National Garden Scheme (NGS).

On Sunday, July 28 the popular site willv donate all admissions taken for their hall and gardens to the cause.

“Opening for the National Garden Scheme is a longstanding tradition at our property, which opened its gardens for the NGS for the first time in 1927,” said House Manager, Astrid Gatenby. “There will be lots of plants for sale as well as stalls with local crafts and gifts.

“Our eight-acre gardens are brimming with colour and fragrance this time of year and offer a variety of planting to suit everyone’s taste.

“This year we offer all visitors free entry to the house when they pay the ‘gardens only’ price - £4 for adults and £2 for children - so it is a real bargain to visit us on Sunday,” she added.

Entry is completely free for National Trust members. Dogs on leads and picnics are very welcome in the gardens.

all, gardens and tea-room will open at 11am, with last admission at 4pm.

Ring 01754 890102 for more information or to book a stall, or look at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/gunby-hall.