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Newark: Coach House garden in Farndon to welcome visitors through National Garden Scheme



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As the most-welcome heatwave continues in to the weekend, why not enjoy the weather in a beautiful garden?

The Coach House, Fosse Road, Farndon, is set to welcome people this Sunday from 1pm to 5pm.

It has two major garden areas, set in around 0.9 acres. Both have several distinct sections and the planting throughout is designed to give colour and interest through the seasons.

Coach House Garden, Farndon, which is opening to the public. (49434940)
Coach House Garden, Farndon, which is opening to the public. (49434940)

There are many rare and unusual species among the mainly perennial plants, shrubs, grasses and trees.

The planting in each area of the garden is fully detailed in a brochure for visitors, which also gives the history of the garden development.

The garden will offer wheelchair access, plants for sale and cooling refreshments.

Coach House Garden, Farndon, which is opening to the public. (49434938)
Coach House Garden, Farndon, which is opening to the public. (49434938)

Parking is along the Fosse Road (old A46) as there is no parking available on the lane. The Outlaw Triathlon is taking place on the same day so people should take care and watch for cyclists along the Fosse Road.

The opening is part of the National Garden Scheme.



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