GARDEN enthusiasts are being given the chance to view beautiful gardens in Marlbrook as part of a national scheme.
Two Marlbrook gardens are going on show to the public as part of the National Gardens Scheme, (NGS).
Oak Tree House garden in Birmingham Road and Roundhill Garden in Braces Lane, open to the public between 1.30pm and 5.30pm this Sunday, August 24.
These two gardens feature a secluded tranquil oasis with many scented plants, plenty of seating, a conservatory full of art, hot beds and shady corners.
They also have sculptures, water features and vegetables.
Teas and plants will be available for sale.
Admission is £3 for each garden, children go free. There is also a special combined ticket price of £5 for both gardens.
The NGS raises money for selected charities by opening gardens of quality and interest to the public.
For more details visit ngs.org.uk.