Bridgerule Open Gardens offers a day filled with flora and fauna with proceeds shared equally between Devon Air Ambulance Trust and the Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust.
Eight Gardens will be open for viewing; three of them are new this year. Walking through the floral selection will be a feast for the eyes with a watermill and lakes that can be viewed alongside the perennials.
Tea and coffee will be available at most gardens. Light lunches will also be available, along with cream teas from St Bridget’s Church and a cake stall from the Methodist chapel. Plants, produce, and preserves will be on sale and a raffle will be held as well.
Open on 22 June from 11am to 5pm, admission is £3.50 for adults and free from children. Admission pays for a programme with a map included of the gardens.
Guide dogs only allowed. There is limited disabled access in some gardens.
Caroline Creer, Fundraising Director of Devon Air Ambulance Trust said “We would like to thank the gardeners of Bridgerule for opening their gardens to raise funds for the Charity. So much hard work goes into making the gardens just right for visitors and we would urge everyone to go along and spend a few hours relaxing and viewing.”