The National Garden Scheme supports caring charities with individual and communties opening gardens for visitors.

In 2017, £3m was donated from gardens being opened and visited for a few short hours. MacMillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie, Parkinsons and Hospice UK are just a few of the charities to have benefitted from the national scheme.

Discussions are underway to enter St. Peter's for the scheme in 2019, with a view to a range of entry categories.

In the meantime, we have this year's North East regional booklet detailing gardens that will be open this year for you to visit.  The link is below:

North East Gardens open for Charity, 2018