The National Garden Scheme travel to Avon Dassett to explore local gardens.
Ten gardens in and around the beautiful stone village of Avon Dassett, hunkered down in the shadows of Burton Dassett hills, will open their gates to the public this Sunday, July 3 between 2 and 6pm.
The village is home to the Grade II listed Old Rectory mentioned in the Doomsday book of 1086.
For the gardening enthusiast there are natural wooded areas surrounding the village with its selection of kitchen gardens, gravel gardens and tropical gardens that are host to a variety of plants including alpines, herbaceous, perennials, roses, climbers and shrubs.
Tickets are just £5 for adults for entry to all of the gardens, while children can join in for free.
There will also be a book sale, plant sales, a tombola and the access to one of the two village churches. Refreshments, including home made teas, will be available at the Limes Cottage.
All money raised will go to support the cancer and palliative care beneficiaries of the National Gardens Scheme.