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Pay a visit to stunning Inkberrow garden
11:50am Monday 16th September 2013 in News
AS summer starts to turn to autumn and the nights start to draw in, keen garden visitors have one last chance to visit a National Gardens Scheme (NGS) gardens in Worcestershire.
In Inkberrow, Glenn and Gabriel Allison’s one acre garden at 6 Dingle End, helps to bring the season to an end in the county as it opens on Sunday, September 29 between 11am and 5pm, admission £3, children free.
This garden, which opened for the first time for the NGS in June this year, has a formal area close to the house opening into a flat area featuring a large pond, stream and weir with apple orchard and woodland area. There is also a large vegetable garden including an interesting variety of fruits and the garden has been designed with wildlife in mind.
The postcode for Dingle End for Satnav users is WR7 4EY. Dogs are allowed as long as they are kept on a lead, and there will be refreshments available.
For more details on the NGS, see www.ngs.org.uk.
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