A popular National Garden Scheme ‘Yellow Book’ garden that is home to an award winning brewery is opening (read more)
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A popular National Garden Scheme ‘Yellow Book’ garden that is home to an award winning brewery is opening for the 24th consecutive year.
On the opening day, it will share its top of the Wolds venue with a six foot tall galvanised steel sculpture of the famous Craven Heifer, dubbed GYSheifer.
The opening of the Wold Newton garden, Hunmanby Grange coincides with the annual open weekend for award winning Wold Top Brewery and the National Garden Scheme Festival Weekend that will see over 300 gardens open to the public in England and Wales.
Visitors will be able to tour the beautiful garden that Wold Top Brewery co-founder and horticulturalist, Gill Mellor has created despite its exposure to the elements and a challenging soil. Gill will be on hand to share her stories about how the garden has evolved over a quarter of a century into a series of gardens that have been developed depending on shelter, aspect, views and function.