06:00 Sunday 25 May 2014

Gardens in Ely taking part in National Gardens Scheme open day

Written byJORDAN DAY

Pam Bullivant pictured in her garden at Rosewell House in Prickwillow Road, Ely. Pam Bullivant pictured in her garden at Rosewell House in Prickwillow Road, Ely.

Gardens in Ely are opening up to the public to help raise money for charity.

Six gardens in the city are taking part in the National Gardens Scheme open day on Sunday (June 1).

The gardens at Bishop’s House will be open, as will 50A, Prickwillow Road, and Rosewell House, also in Prickwillow Road.

Numbers 12 and 26, Chapel Street, are also taking part, as is The Black Hostelry.

The gardens will be open from 2-6pm and admission to them all is £5 for adults. Children go free.

Call (01483) 211535 for more information.

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