Gar­dens open to the public

Middlesbrough Herald & Post - - HERALD & POST -

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.

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