Sheffield gardens to open to the public to raise cash for charity

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Fourteen gardens in a Sheffield suburb will be open to the public later this month to raise money for charity.

Cash raised at the annual event will be shared between local good causes.

It costs £4 per adult to visit all the gardens.

Children under 14 and accompanied by a paying adult can visit free of charge.

There will be refreshments and plants available to buy.

The gardens will be open for viewing between 1pm and 5pm on Saturday, July 18 and Sunday, July 19.

For a programme to gain admission visit the Cross Scythes pub or the archway near The Ironing Parlour on Baslow Road.