Coventry gardens to open up to the public next month

Seven of Coventry’s prettiest suburban gardens are set to open to the public next month to raise money for a local hospice.

Styvechale Gardens will open on Sunday 11th June to raise money for Myton Hospice.

It’s part of the National Garden Scheme’s plan of events.

“Come and enjoy the imaginatively planted herbaceous borders, spectacular roses, water features, fruit and vegetable patches, cottage garden planting and shady areas,” says the group.

“There is something for everyone and plenty of ideas for you to take home.

“Relax in the gardens and enjoy the warm, friendly welcome you will receive from us all.”

Combined admission is £4 and children can enter for free. A donation will be made by the group to Myton Hospice.

For more information, please visit this page.


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