03:00PM, Monday 07 September 2015
The Grade I listed gardens at Stoke Poges Memorial Gardens will once again be opening its doors to the public.
The 80-year-old gardens in Church Lane will open on Sunday from 2pm to 5pm as part of Heritage Open Days.
Guided walks will be given by head gardener, Franzi Cheeseman, and will take visitors to St Giles' Church and the Thomas Gray monument and tomb.
The walk will be finished off with a cup of tea at The Mansion in Stoke Park.
South Bucks District councillor and portfolio holder for environment, Luisa Sullivan, said: “We hope lots of people will take the opportunity to visit these unique gardens for what promises to be a very informative day.”
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