Four gardens in Steeple Aston will open their gates this Sunday to raise money for the Adderbury hospice.
This village has been designated a Conservation Area for its architectural and historic interest and boasts some beautiful gardens.
Between 2pm and 6pm on 16 June four gardens will be open to the public, they are:
Primrose garden, a former kitchen garden to the 'big house'. Walled on all sides and covering one acre it holds island beds, herbaceous borders, vegetables, glasshouses and a pond. Please note that this garden is not suitable for wheelchairs.
Kralingen, Fenway, is over one acre and located on a south facing slope with an arboretum, flower borders, roses and an extensive water garden.
The Longbyre, Fir Lane, is a 1/4 acre garden with design features that create interest at all viewpoints incorporating water, mature shrubs and numerous planting schemes.
Cedar Cottage, is a south facing enclosed garden with a water feature, raised beds, fruit trees and secluded seating.
Tickets to all gardens are available at any of the four gardens adn cost £5 for adults with children entering free. Refreshments will be available at Cedar Cottage.
No dogs allowed with exception of guide dogs.
For more information visit www.khh.org.uk/Event/steeple-aston.