Nunney Open Gardens Day takes place on Sunday 24 June from 11am to 5pm, with over 15 gardens open to the public.
Nunney Open Gardens Day is always popular, with gardens in all shapes, styles and sizes open to visitors.
The Market Place is where you can buy tickets (£5 adults, accompanied children free) and pick up a plan of the gardens. There will be a stall with produce from the gardens and Visit Nunney will sell quality gifts inspired by Nunney castle and village.
Please park at the Old Quarry Gardens visitor car park (signposted), as the organisers must keep the main roads free.
There will be light refreshments, cream teas and sandwiches all day in the village hall, with tea and cakes available from 11am to 5pm in the church as well.
Dogs will be allowed in the gardens on Nunney Open Gardens Day with the permission of the gardener.
As always gardeners are dependent on the weather, but even if it rains on the day itself most gardeners will come in wellies and macs.
Gardeners are always interested in what other people do and even if you are not a gardener it is often fun just visiting.
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