Ickleton Village, Cambridgeshire, is holding its third Open Gardens in 45 years on Sunday, 16th June from 11 – 5pm.
The event offers the rare opportunity to take a look behind some of the high flint walls in Ickleton and visit 15+ private gardens around the village with Ploughman's lunch, Teas & home-made cakes available. There will also be sale of plants, homemade and local produce, beekeeping and a Treasure Trail for younger visitors.
Sunday the 16th June is Father’s Day – what better way to treat Dad than a stroll around gorgeous gardens followed by tea and homemade cake!
Tickets are £6 for adults, accompanied children are free. Entry tickets, programmes and parking are available on the day from: The Village Hall, Frogge Street, Ickleton, CB10 1SH.
Proceeds from the event are in aid of Ickleton Village Hall and Asthma UK. The event is kindly sponsored by NFU Mutual Saffron Walden, HSA & Co. and Hexcel.