Gardens open to the public
GREEN-FINGERED enthusiasts around Stokesley will open their gardens to the public to raise funds for Teesside Hospice.
On June 6 and 7, gardeners will invite people to explore the landscapes they have lovingly created outside their homes.
To explore all of the gardens in the event, you can buy a £5 programme.
Programmes for the event can be bought in Stokesley from: Teesside Hospice Charity Shop, Bridge Road; Brown’s Newsagents, East End Road; D A Grainge, High Street; Bexters or Howards, College Square and Stokesley Diner, High Street.
A programme can also be bought from the Teesside Hospice shop on Linthorpe Road. Middlesbrough gallery The House of Blah Blah.
The Guisboroughborn artist, who shot to fame with debut novel Apples in 2007, is displaying the fascinating work at the art space at the town’s historic Grade II-listed former post office in Exchange Square.
The exhibition runs Tuesday to Saturday, 10am until 4pm, until June 11.
House of Blah Blah opened last July and has already hosted a range of events.