Mark and Donna Cooper are opening their beautiful garden in support of the National Garden Scheme on Sunday 13th June from 1pm – 6pm, whilst they are also generously holding a plant sale in aid of Horatio’s Garden during the afternoon.
To find out more on the National Garden Scheme website, please click here
The couple are welcoming visitors to their garden as part of the Weedon Lois & Weston Gardens group, with a total of seven gardens opening their gates to raise money for the National Garden Scheme.
The two historic villages are adjacent to each other and are set in the rolling south Northamptonshire countryside. With many stunning gardens to visit, as well as the opportunity to try the group’s famous homemade teas on the Village Green in Weston, this is most certainly a trip worth making!
Admission: £5 for adults, free for children
Your ticket allows you access to all the gardens opening on this day
You can pre-book your tickets, but it is not essential
Mark and Donna’s gorgeous, gently terraced garden is situated at Middleton House and was designed by James Alexander-Sinclair, whom many of you will know also created Horatio’s Garden Scotland.
With pretty planted beds thoughtfully suited to sun and shade, as well as a productive vegetable area, there’s plenty to see in the garden and thanks to the plant sale, everyone will also have the chance to take a little piece of this wonderful garden home with them.
We’re immensely grateful to Mark & Donna for dedicating their plant sale to supporting us and are equally thankful that they’re helping the National Garden Scheme too. This is not only because the charity does so much to champion the benefits of gardens to health, but particularly as the National Garden Scheme has generously contributed funding to three of our current gardens, whilst they have also committed to helping to fund all our future projects too.
It’s lovely to see the continued partnership between our two charities at work in one of our mutual supporter’s gardens and we wish Mark, Donna and their community the best of luck for their National Garden Scheme Open Day!