10 very different gardens will be open in Harringworth on
Sunday 13 July. Afternoon tea will be available in the Village Hall.
Harringworth is a pretty conservation village on the border
between Rutland and Northamptonshire with the Viaduct providing an excellent landmark as you approach.
There will be 10 gardens open from 2.00pm – 5.00pm, offering a variety of styles and plant collections and many with amazing views of the local area. Afternoon tea will be available in the Village Hall from 2.30pm – 5.00pm with Home-made Cakes and Cream Teas.
Tickets and a Map for the Open Gardens will be on sale at the Village Hall. Cost of entry: £3.00 per adult, accompanied children under 16 free. Proceeds from the entrance fee and afternoon teas go towards the Harringworth Appeals Fund.
Directions: You can approach the village from Stamford, Oundle, Uppingham and Corby and there will be signs on arrival to direct you to the Car Park, with a walk through to the Village Hall where entrance tickets will be on sale. The SatNav Postcode is NN17 3AF.
Harringworth Open Gardens gets some media coverage in Market Harborough Pride (see page 7) … http://issuu.com/pridemagazines/docs/m_h_july_144_issu