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Burgh Le Marsh garden to open for National Garden Scheme

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The garden at Willow Cottage, Burgh-le-Marsh, home of Bob and Karen Ward, opens for the National Gardens Scheme on Friday, April, 18.

The garden will be open to the public on Fridays during the summer.

A spokesperson for the National Garden Scheme, described it as a warm welcoming English Cottage Garden. A painters palette

of natural planting with meandering pathways to discover and tranquil spots where you’ll long to linger’.

“This is a beautiful setting for afternoon tea and a hidden gem not to be missed,” they added.

To read a charming poem about this garden, in case you need any further encouragement visit www.ngs.org.uk, said a National Garden Scheme spokesperson.

Admission to the garden is £3 with free entry for children

Home made teas and home made produce and Plants are for sale.

Visitors are also welcome by appointment during April to July, with garden tours and treasure hunts.

For more information call 01754 811450, email robertward055@aol.com or visit www.willowcottage.webs.com

The National Gardens Scheme raises over £2.6 million every year for national nursing, gardening and other charitable causes.

For more information visit: www.ngs.org.uk.

Willow Cottage is found on Gravel Pit Lane, six miles west of Skegness, south of Gunby roundabout on the A158, Burgh Le Marsh, PE24 5DW.

 

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