Gardening enthusiasts are invited to volunteer at the historic Llangollen home, Plas Newydd.

The property, which was the home of Lady Eleanor Butler and Miss Sarah Ponsonby, holds unique historical significance and it captured the imagination of Regency society.

The Grade II listed gardens cover around ten acres, with a range of features including rose gardens, woodland, dell areas, and a stream.

The staff are eagerly inviting people who have an interest in gardening and history to lend a hand.

You may get the chance to learn some new gardening tips   (Image: Supplied)

People will be able to pick up some new gardening tips and tricks that could help them out with their own gardens at home.

Emlyn Jones, head of planning, public protection and countryside services, said: "This is a great opportunity for residents interested in gardening to boost their wellbeing by spending time helping in this wonderful garden.

"Plas Newydd is such an important piece of Llangollen’s history and this a fantastic chance to do you own bit to help preserve this area for the local community and future visitors to continue to enjoy and learn from."

Those interested in this volunteering opportunity can contact or call 07454932732.