The enthusiastic gardeners of Stanton-in-Peak are welcoming visitors back to their gardens on 24 and 25 June between 1pm and 5pm. Stanton-in-Peak is a beautiful village of stone cottages, nestled beneath the Nine Ladies of Stanton Moor between Bakewell and Matlock.
After leaving your car in the free car park, you can buy £5 tickets (under 16s free) and explore over twenty diverse and charming gardens. Teas and cakes will be served in the village hall and a garden, and there will be pop-up bars, plant stalls and an affordable art and craft trail, including painting, photography and ceramics.
Rekha Mistry will be back this year, signing her new book Rekha’s Kitchen Garden.
The Flying Childers pub will be open throughout the afternoon, as will Holy Trinity Church. Rain or shine, it will be a weekend to remember