Traditional former vicarage garden opens to public for National Gardens Scheme

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A traditional two-acre vicarage garden is being opened to the public on Easter Monday for the National Gardens Scheme.

The Old Vicarage, Church Road, Westoning, owned by Ann and Colin Davies, features box and laurel hedges, mature shrubs and trees and expanded colour co-ordinated herbaceous borders. The garden boasts a delightful pond, rockery and a small vegetable garden.

Cream teas will be served in the church next door to the Old Vicarage and there will be plants for sale.

The garden will be open from 2pm to 5.30pm. Admission is £4 and children are admitted free.