TYLNEY Hall Hotel is to open up its gardens to the public this month in aid of the National Garden Scheme.

The National Garden Scheme has raised and distributed more than £35 million for various charities including Macmillan, Marie Curie Cancer Care, Crossroads, Help the Hospice and The Queen’s Nursing Institute.

Between 10am and 4pm on Sunday, April 27, guests and visitors have unlimited access to Tylney’s 66 acres of gardens.

General manager Mark Robinson commented: “Tylney Hall is known across the county for having the most exceptionally kept gardens. Open days like these are the perfect opportunity for members of the public to take a look around, while raising money for a fantastic cause.”

There will be a chance to enjoy the gardens at two further open days, which will take place on Sunday, June 8 and Sunday, October 5.

Admission to the garden open day costs £4 per adult.  Children are admitted free of charge.

All proceeds go to the National Garden Scheme and no booking is required. Log on to tylneyhall.co.uk.