Chorley garden open for charity

A glorious Chorley garden opens its gates to the public for charity this Sunday (June 9)

Wednesday, 5th June 2019, 12:39 pm
Updated Wednesday, 5th June 2019, 1:39 pm
A garden in Chorley is open to the public in a bid to raise money for charity through the National Garden Scheme

Barbara Ashworth is opening the garden in Grey Heights view, off Eaves Lane, Chorley, to raise money for charity through the National Garden Scheme.

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The garden is heavily planted with a profusion of perennials, roses and clematis. Although not large, the garden is packed with interesting features for recycling and space saving. It includes a greenhouse, plus vegetable and fruit areas. It's set near the Leeds-Liverpool canal, with a backdrop of the scenic Healey Nab.

There will be craft items and plants for sale, and afternoon tea will be served. The garden will be open from 11am to 5pm, Admission is £3, children free.