29-30 MAY 2016 10.30am- 4.30pm
This Spring Bank Holiday Sunday and Monday the gardeners of the Lyth Valley village of Crosthwaite are once again opening their gardens to the public in aid of charity. The 2014 Garden Ramble attracted 500 visitors and locals and visitors. “What better way to spend a beautiful May day than satisfying your inner curiosity?” says John Hanley, event organiser, who’s garden will also be on show. “Everyone loves seeing what other people have done with their gardens, gleaning hints and tips and even ideas for their own gardens. It’s a great day out…for all the family”.
A free mini bus service will run to all the gardens from the village hall where refreshments are served all day, from morning coffee to light lunches and afternoon tea.
Tickets from Crosthwaite village hall on the day. Adults £5, children under 16 free of charge.
All proceeds from the Garden Ramble will go to St. Mary’s Church, Crosthwaite. For further details contact 015395 68297