The villages of Town and Kirk Yetholm are situated at the north end of the Pennine Way and lie close to the Bowmont Water in the dramatic setting of the foothills of the Cheviots. A variety of gardens with their own unique features and reflecting distinctive horticultural interests will be open. The Yew Tree Allotments running along the High Street will open again, providing an ever popular feature with their unique water collection and distribution system. The short walking distance between the majority of the gardens provides magnificent views of the surrounding landscape to include Staerough and The Curr which straddle both the Bowmont and Halterburn Valleys where evidence of ancient settlements remains.
Equidistant between Edinburgh and Newcastle. South of Kelso in the Scottish Borders take the B6352 to Yetholm Village. Ample parking is available along the High Street.
Sunday 9 July 1:00pm - 5:30pm
£4.00, children under 10 free
Riding for the Disabled Association - Borders Group receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries
Champion Trees: The Old Yew Tree in Yew Tree Lane. Attractions include the ever popular music, local wood-turning products at Almond Cottage, home baking and produce stall. An excellent plant stall supported by Woodside Walled Garden Centre is also planned for the afternoon. Tickets are available in the local village hall. Dogs on leads allowed. Cream teas £2.00.
The Gardeners of Yetholm Village