Record number of gardens will be open to the public in Harbury

Visitors can enjoy 31 gardens of all shapes and sizes

A record number of gardens will be open to the public in Harbury on Saturday July 2 (12-6pm) and Sunday July 3 (2-6pm).
A record number of gardens will be open to the public in Harbury on Saturday July 2 (12-6pm) and Sunday July 3 (2-6pm).

A record number of gardens will be open to the public in Harbury on Saturday July 2 (12-6pm) and Sunday July 3 (2-6pm).

Visitors can enjoy 31 gardens of all shapes and sizes including an unusual Chinese garden (some with lunches, teas, coffee and cakes).

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The Harbury Garden Walkabout event is being hosted by Harbury e-Wheels, a voluntary free transport service based in the village, which just been awarded The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.

Tickets are £5 per adult, valid for the same person on both days, to benefit e-Wheels, and can be purchased on the day or in advance at Harbury Village Library or online via https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/hvlbc/e-gkdlbg

In addition there are two exhibitions: The Festival of Hope in Harbury Church (which includes a Quilt of Hope, needlework panels, flower festival and live music) and a history of Harbury in the Harbury Heritage Centre.

For further Information contact Peter Walshe [email protected] or 07446 779879.