Plenty to see at Market Rasen Rotary summer extravaganza

Sue Flower was one of the many garden visitors last year and got a warm welcome from members of the Rotary Club when she collected her map
Sue Flower was one of the many garden visitors last year and got a warm welcome from members of the Rotary Club when she collected her map
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Don’t miss out on taking a peek at some of Market Rasen’s hidden gardens this weekend and help some local good causes.

A selection of 11 gardens across the town will be open, some for the first time, as part of the Rotary Club’s Open Gardens and Summer Market event this Saturday, August 3.

Maps and information will be available at the Rotary Club’s stall in the market place, which will also host the vibrant summer market.

Alternatively start from any of the gardens, which includes number 30 Caistor Road, four gardens on Walesby Road, Holy Rood Church allotments in King Street, numbers 20 and 30 in Lady Frances Drive, Orchard House in Rase Lane and 14 De Aston Field.

Open for the first time will be Sunny Vale in Willingham Road, where the owners have created pictorial meadows, similar to those at the Olympic Park, and the organic garden at 83 Gordon Field.

The Festival Hall will also host Market Rasen Watercolour Group’s annual show demonstrations by Market Rasen Flower Club and an exhibition from the Grasby Embroiderers.

There will also be a variety of craft stalls and refreshments.

More details on the gardens at www.marketrasenmail.co.uk