regrettably, I'm going to cancel tomorrows garden visit to Hall Farm near Gainsborough.
The weather forecast has been getting steadily worse over the last 24 hours for tomorrow. Now showing cold, wet and windy.
Hopefully we can reschedule for next year and pray for better weather
A clothes optional garden visit to Hall Farm Gardens on Saturday 29th August 5pm to 7:30. (Sunset is at around 8pm)
This garden was created and is maintained by one woman and what she has achieved is staggering. Entry fee £3, pay on entry (honesty box).
This is a quiet garden in 3 parts. The main garden, a medieval moat and a wildflower meadow. The moat and wildflower meadow are accessed from the garden along a short farm track belonging to the garden owners, secluded but occasionally used by dog walkers, so good for anyone who wants to expand their repertoire of naked walking in a safe environment where they might encounter members of the public.
The car park is fairly secluded as it and the gardens are along a quiet farm road. The car park services some workshops, expected to be closed by the time of the visit, your choice where you get changed.
The gardens are open to the general public until 5pm although they don't seem to get many visitors. There is no tearoom, but the owner has said she can do drinks on the lawn (tea/coffee) if required.
The gardens are literally 5 minutes up the road from Hemswell Antiques Centers, so anyone wanting to make an afternoon of it, try HAC for a visit. HAC also have a coffee shop in the "Guard House" and a full cafe in "Building Number 1"