Brontë museum holds its first open gardens day

Gardeners Geoff Taylor and Jenny Whitehead at work in the Brontë Parsonage Museum garden

Gardeners Geoff Taylor and Jenny Whitehead at work in the Brontë Parsonage Museum garden

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THE BRONTË Parsonage Museum will this weekend hold its first Open Garden Day.

Resident gardeners Jenny Whitehead and Geoff Taylor have been preparing for the event on Sunday.

Parsonage spokesman Hermione said the Parsonage gardens were full bloom.

She said: “You can enjoy the natural surroundings of the Parsonage, just as the Brontës did.

“We are busy potting-up the spare plants for a bring-and-buy stall. All you need to do is bring a plant from your garden and go away with one of our home grown plants.”

The event runs from 11am to 3pm. There will be home-made cakes and tea.

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