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West Bridgford: Musters Road Open Gardens returns this month

After a two-year pause, Musters Road Open Gardens is back.

In addition to gardens of all shapes and sizes, each with its own distinctive style, visitors will be tempted by a whole array of refreshments from ice cream to home-made cakes and tea, hot dogs or even a glass of Pimm’s. 

Music has always been a feature of Musters Road Open Gardens and this year will be no exception.

West Bridgford Social Singers will be performing a selection of the best loved songs and a Kora duo will be playing West African inspired music.

For younger visitors, there will be games to play and a children’s trail, giving them something to track down in every garden. 

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The cost will be just £5 per adult, while under 16s go free. 

Poppy Mosesson, the event organiser, says it’s going to be a lot of fun. ‘We are really looking forward to this year’s Open Gardens. It’s a lovely way to bring the community together, to visit gardens, entertain the kids & enjoy a slice of cake or a glass of fizz – all while raising money for a good cause.’ 

The money raised will go to The Friary, helping the homeless and vulnerable. 

A date for the diary: Sunday 16th June from 1.00 to 6.00pm

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