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Dudmaston open for National Garden Scheme Day

Dudmaston open for National Garden Scheme Day
Dudmaston Hall are opening their gardens to visitors this Saturday (14th May) in conjunction with the National Garden Scheme. Being predominantly a spring garden visitors will have the opportunity to wander through the beautiful grounds where rhododendrons and azaleas are currently in full bloom.

The tea-rooms will be open so that visitors can enjoy some quite relaxation during their visit and the shop will be selling a full range of plants for the green fingered amongst you.

Gardener in Charge Guy Lory said “the gardens are looking fantastic at the moment with the rhododendrons and azaleas really adding a splash of colour to the views across Big Pool.  The Wisteria is also in flower, as are the lilacs, and our perennial borders are just starting to come to life.  There is so much for everyone to enjoy it is a wonderful time of year to see the gardens at their best.” 

The gates and tea-room will be open from 11.30am and access to the gardens will be from midday with last admissions at 5.30pm.  Admission to the event is £3 for adults (including NT Members).  Children and National Garden Scheme Members will be admitted free of charge.  Visitors are asked to note that the Hall will not be open for this event. 

If you need any further information please telephone Dudmaston Hall on (01746) 780866 or visit our website www.nationaltrust.org.uk/dudmaston.


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