Emley and Flockton Open Gardens
This event rested in 2017 so we don't have any recent event details. When we get updated information, we'll add it here, but in the meantime we include below event information from a previous year to remind you about the event.
Flockton and Emley, south of Dewsbury, Yorkshire
Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd July 2016
12.00noon to 5.00pm
A quality selection of gardens from small to large all having a different feel to appeal to all tastes. From cottage gardens, bedding displays, vegetable plots, wild life friendly gardens, ponds large and small, choice planting of beds and borders, plus an NGS show stopper, our gardens are hidden gems.
There will be refreshments available at the Church and some of the gardens.
All proceeds to the running and upkeep of St Michael's Church, Emley.
Plant sales: Plant sales at one garden in the village centre.
Cost: £5.00 which covers both days.
How to get event passports: Buy tickets on the day from St Michael's Church, Emley, and from some of the outlying gardens.
Contact the organisers: Phone: 01924 848 291 / 01924 840 171 Email:
Directions: From Huddersfield: Follow A642 towards Wakefield. Just after 315 Restaurant in Lepton, turn right at the top of the hill (Paul Lane), signposted Emley/Emley Moor. Follow this road until you get to a T junction (Thorncliffe Farm Shop will be on your right hand side). Turn left at this T junction. Just after the White Horse pub you will see a white stump and G27 Hairdressers. Turn left here towards St. Michael?s Church, where you can park and buy tickets.
From Wakefield: Take the A636 towards Denby Dale. Go past Blacker Hall Farm Shop. At the next roundabout, go straight on (2nd exit) towards Denby Dale / Clayton West / Kirklees Light Railway. At the bottom of the hill turn right into the village of Emley. Go straight on until you see a white stump and the Londis store. Turn right here towards St. Michael's Church, where you can park and buy tickets.
Location: Yorkshire. Use Sat Nav postcode: HD8 9RP (please verify before travelling)
Please ... tell the organisers that you found them on the Open Gardens National Directory.