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    16 Aug 2020

    Please note: this is not a BN event and it's nothing to do with me. I've been notified of it as follows:
    The gardens are located on the Lincoln to Wragby Road and are
    A family-run, 4.5 acre garden with year-round interest in colour and texture.  Goltho Gardens has been dubbed “one of the great gardens of the future”.  (Sue Hoy, Lincolnshire Life.)
    The garden boasts a long grass walk flanked by abundantly-planted borders, from which a network of paths meander.  The nut walk, delightful pæony and rose gardens and stunning wildflower meadow are at their best in spring and early summer.  A prairie border and gravel garden provide late summer and autumnal interest.  The potager’s geometric planting provides the teashop with delicious herbs and vegetables.
    Many of the plants are propagated on site and can be purchased in the nursery.
    The teashop serves local food, home-cooked.
    Goltho Gardens and Nursery, Lincoln Road, Goltho, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, LN8 5NF
    This is a small but pretty garden. Entry fee £5, pay on entry.
    The car park is exposed to the road so probably best to change in the garden.
    The gardens open to the general public at 12pm, so we ask you to be dressed again by then.
    The teashop will be open for lunch and drinks from 12pm.
    The email giving details was sent from c.j.petchey@ntlworld.com

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    22 Aug 2020

    A second visit in 2020!
    Once again there will be a visit to the Burrows Gardens in 2020.
    The cost will be the same as last year, i.e. BN/INF members £7-50, Non members £10-00.
    Located just off the main Ashbourne to Derby road (A52), on the Derby side of Brailsford, the gardens are approached via a tree lined avenue, at the end of which is parking on hard standing - any overflow vehicles can park on the paddock.
    Tea and Coffee will be available, as well as delicious home baked cakes
    Advance tickets now available  at
    https://www.tickettailor.com/events/britishnaturism/405217# There have been reports in recent years in BN Magazine.  The comments below come from just one  report of the previous visit the year before:
    DE in BN  209
     

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    23 Aug 2020

    This event repeats every 2 weeks on Sunday forever


    Fortnightly swim, 3pm to 5pm. 
    For information contact the club on 07528 409332 or visit our web site www.ryedalenaturistclub.co.uk

     

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    29 Aug 2020

    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.
    http://www.hall-farm.co.uk
    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"
    Please note: this is not a BN event.

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