At least 13 gardens will be open and more than 40 scarecrows, who will have taken up residence in the village, on show on Sunday, June 29, from 10am to 5pm.
Admission is £3 per adult (accompanied children free), payable at the village hall, where there is ample car parking and where refreshments, including light lunches and cream teas, will be available.
In addition, St Hybald’s Church will be open with a display of flowers and old photographs of the Church, while the Methodist Church will be staging a display entitled ‘Love & Sacrifice,’ commemorating 100 years since the start of World War One.
And for those wanting to give their feet a rest, a free mini bus service will be in operation on a circular route around the village enabling visitors to hop on and off where they choose.
Proceeds from the day will be divided between the village hall, St Hybald’s Church, the Methodist Church and the Brownies.
For more information call 01652 656875 or 07411 506803.