Upper Saxondale is celebrating its first ever open gardens event in aid of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust – which is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.
As a conservation charity, run by local people for the benefit of local wildlife, the Trust manages nature reserves and inspires adults and children about the natural world.
Together they are working to create a wilder future which includes our private gardens.
They are thrilled to be attending the event to share their passion for wildlife gardening, especially during June when they encourage people to do one random act of wildness each day!
There will be open gardens and paddocks and woodland and orchard walks.
A beekeeper will be selling his local honey, plant stalls, afternoon teas and more.
The event is on Sunday 4 June from 12 pm to 5 pm.
£5 per adult (under 16 free)