The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
National Garden Scheme: May 2017
Celebrating 90 years of the National Garden Scheme (NGS) at Tattenhall Hall.
The 90th Anniversary weekend, May 27th — 29th, will see over 370 gardens opening for a weekend of horticultural delight, one of which is here in Tattenhall!
Tattenhall Hall will be opening their gardens again, on Sunday 28th May, 2-5.30pm.
Admission £4.50, children free. Home-made teas, served by the 1st Tattenhall Guides.
For more details and to see some photos of the beautiful Tattenhall Hall gardens and photos of other gardens within easy reach of Tattenhall, please CLICK HERE.
To celebrate their anniversary, and the wonderful gardens that open for the scheme, the NGS are launching a photography competition on the first day of their Anniversary Weekend. They are very lucky to have teamed up with BBC Gardeners' World Magazine and Investec Wealth and Investment for the competition, creating some wonderful categories for you to enter.
To win, entrants need to take a photo in an NGS garden and will be able to submit their image online or by emailing them. More details on prizes, judges and how to enter will be announced very soon! The winner of the Best Overall Photo category will get an exclusive visit to Mary Berry's private garden, with four friends. To find out more about the competition CLICK HERE. To sign up to their photography competition mailing list, CLICK HERE.
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