PENARTH’S OPEN GARDENS TRAIL CELEBRATES 20TH ANNIVERSARY

The garden of Dennis and Anne Lush will be amongst those open to the public in Penarth this weekend

The garden of Dennis and Anne Lush will be amongst those open to the public in Penarth this weekend

Eight of Penarth’s most immaculate private gardens are going to be open to the public this weekend. 

The “Penarth Open Gardens Trail”  is taking place  tomorrow and Sunday (30/31st of July) during which, from 10:00 to 18:00 on both days , gardens are open at :-

  • 164 Redlands Road
  • 77 Coleridge Road
  • 1 Cosmeston Cottages, Lavernock Road
  • 4 Tudor Close, Westbourne Road

Gardens only open tomorrow Saturday – but not Sunday – are :-

  • 68 Redlands Road
  • 82 Plymouth Road
  • 135 Plymouth Road
  • Sully Terrace Private Allotments (between 63 and 65 Westbourne Road)
  • Children’s Garden Public Library

A single ticket at £5 provides entry to all the gardens including free coffee and tea – and there’s no charge for children.  All the proceeds will be going to the charity the  Children’s Society. Further information is available from Ann Lush on 02920 703547.

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5 Responses to PENARTH’S OPEN GARDENS TRAIL CELEBRATES 20TH ANNIVERSARY

  1. Anne Greagsby says:

    We could do with some super gardening on the Penarth roundabout.

  2. andrewsketty says:

    yes. why does that roundabout look so bad. surely not much effort and cost to put some nice bright plants as in previous years

  3. Martin Coffee says:

    But we’re “only” Penarth so it doesn’t matter as far as Barry is concerned.

  4. Ivor Bagman says:

    Meanwhile these gardens
    Look lovely !
    Thanks to all our gardeners !

  5. MGG says:

    . What it needs is some one with some wild flowers seeds left over from this year to happen to sprinkle them around the viewpoint and the roundabout one night PS .And when you have been to see some gardens tommorrow why not think about a further glorious outside event Romeo and Juliet at the kymin organised by Friends of Belle Vue . There are some pretty nice wildflowers there already.

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