Skelton Open Gardens
This event is resting for 2018
Sorry, but Skelton Open Gardens isn't running this year. We'll keep you posted about next year's event details when they are known, but in the meantime we include below details from a previous year to remind you about the event
Skelton-in-Cleveland, near Saltburn-by-Sea, Cleveland
Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th June 2016
11.00am to 4.00pm
Heritage is the main theme - we have the beautiful gardens of the Old Rectory which ramble down to ancient woodland and are enhanced with Artistic Sculptures. We have the site of the ancient Mill with its mill race and stream rippling through the freshly planted gardens. Old established gardens, a newly landscaped garden, some terraced with outstanding views and the rambling grounds of Skelton Castle. The added bonus garden is on the site of old allotments - a garden and orchard created by residents for residents, in the centre of our heritage village.
'Posh' Afternoon Teas are available for just £5.00 at Garden D. Skelton History Group will be on hand to give information if required. Please note - last entry to Castle Garden 3.00pm, all others 3.30pm.
Proceeds will be donated to Great North Air Ambulance.
Plant sales: Various gardens may have plants for sale.
Cost: £5.00 per person, accompanied under 12s free.
How to get event passports: Tickets are available in advance from Skelton Library, Ha'penny Tearooms, Bees and Bells, Park Newsagents; on the day from Skelton Civic Centre, Coniston Road. Entrance tickets may also be purchased at the station set up outside the Hall.
Contact the organisers: Phone: 01287 654 132 Email:
Directions: Coniston Road is First left on the approach into the village from Marske Lane or, if you have approached from Guisborough, is left off the High Street, just before the pedestrian crossing outside the Co-Op. The Skelton Civic Centre on Coniston Road is opposite the library.
Location: Cleveland. Use Sat Nav postcode: TS12 2EF (please verify before travelling)
Please ... tell the organisers that you found them on the Open Gardens National Directory.