Bridlington Old Town Secret Gardens has just drawn to a close after a magnificent weekend where over 1000 tickets were sold to visitors to see what wonders lie behind the doors and gates and alley ways.
Didn’t manage to make The Bridlington Old Town Secret Gardens last year but this year has really surpassed allexpectations. Check out our YorTube video at the end of this blog.
The Gardens ranged from small and quirky with beautifully decorated and tendedn lawns to large and intrigueing with badminton courts and even box hedge mazes to enthrawl the children.
The English Country Garden on St John Street started off the Bridlington Old Town Secret Gardens with their own nursery, garden and cafe, followed by the rear of a magnificent Georgian house with many stalls of plants and homemade cakes and produce.
The to High Street in the Bridlington Old Town with the Georgian Tea Rooms and their antique display followed by the well kept gardens of the Bestworth B&B.
Goose Farm was next where they have many chickens, geese and turkeys, mostly rescued from slaughter but still happy enough to lay up to 30 eaggs each day!
The Bridlington Old Town Secret Gardens then moved on to the Rectory Garden and the allotments behind the Bridlington Priory Church.
Saturday saw the Priory Church fayre also which was a magnificent day with many people there also enjoying the wonderful weather which we so often have in the Bridlington Old Town.
All in all it was a wonderful two days packed full with entertainment, fun and gossip. Well worth staying the weekend and enjoying both days!