Morley Open Gardens
This event is resting for 2024
Sorry, but Morley 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
Morley, north of Derby, Derbyshire
Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd July 2023
11.00am to 5.00pm
Morley is a rural parish set on the sandstone plateau just north of Derby. It consists of a number of scattered settlements connected by lanes and field footpaths.
In our fourth year, a variety of large and small gardens and allotments will be open to the public, some with historical interest, one with alpacas, and one with a miniature railway. All will be of interest to the garden lover. Several gardens are new to our event this year.
Being a scattered rural village, there is the potential for keen walkers to use the field paths to move between the different settlements, but many visitors will prefer to drive, given the lack of pavements on our lanes.
The beautiful St. Matthews Church and its churchyard and adjacent mausoleum will also be open for visitors. Refreshments will be available in a number of gardens throughout the village.
Proceeds in aid of St. Matthews Church.
There will be plants for sale in a number of gardens.
£5.00 per adult which covers both days, accompanied children free. Cash only please, and help us by bringing exact change.
How to get tickets / programmes
From Almshouses Lane, Brickkiln Lane, Cloves Hill, Broomfield Hall and the Church - look for the signs as you enter the village.
Contact the organisers
Phone: number not supplied
Directions / Parking
Morley sits on the A608 Derby to Heanor road, and on Moor Road north of Breadsall village. Ample parking space will be available at Brickkiln Lane, St. Matthews Church, Almshouse Lane, Brackley Gate, Cloves Hill and Broomfield Hall.
Toilets are available - locations will be advised on the day.
Postcode for Sat Nav: DE7 6DE (please verify before travelling)
Find approximate location on GoogleMaps (new browser tab)
Thankyou! In 2023 the organisers of this event made a crowdfunding donation towards the upkeep of this website.
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