THE beautiful gardens at Plas Nantglyn, Denbigh, will be open to the public this month to raise money for a children’s hospice charity.

Plas Nantglyn will open from May 13-14 under the National Gardens Scheme, with a £5 entry fee for adults and children going free.

Jannette and Richard Welch will be welcoming guests to their stunning grounds and offering tea and homemade cakes, proceeds from which will be donated to Hope House and Tŷ Gobaith.

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In previous years, hundreds of visitors have enjoyed the gardens and with free on-site parking and plenty of seating, it really is a great opportunity to take in the historic buildings and gardens which date from 1574.

Jannette is a former trustee of Hope House and Tŷ Gobaith and sat on the board for 26 years.

She said: “It is a charity very close to our hearts and the decision to scope for a second hospice site in Wales was actually made here many years ago.

“We are looking forward to welcoming guests to our gardens, just in time to see the Rhododendrons.”

Plas Nantglyn will be open 2pm-5.30pm both days and is wheelchair friendly.