A chance to visit Madingley Hall Gardens, open to the public as part of the National Garden Scheme. Come along any time between 2.30 and 5.30pm and enjoy a stroll in the 8-acre gardens. Refreshments in aid of Madingley Hall Building and Garden Fund.
Madingley Hall is a 16th-century manor house near Cambridge, and home to the University's Institute of Continuing Education.
Features include a landscaped walled garden with hazel walk, alpine bed, medicinal border and rose pergola. There is also a meadow, topiary, mature trees and wide variety of hardy plants.
Specialist plant nurseries will be attending on the day.
Admission is £5 for adults, free for children. Proceeds go to National Garden Scheme charities.
Booking is not required and you can drop in at any time during the afternoon.