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Residents of Pentyrch will once again be opening their gardens to visitors and will be helping to raise vital funds for local people affected by cancer.
Over 20 gardens in the area will be throwing open their doors to help raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. On Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 July the village will be joining forces to host their annual open gardens.
The team behind the open gardens said, 'Pentyrch Open Gardens has been raising money for local causes for more than ten years. Every year 20 or more gardens open their gates to visitors from far and wide who come to see a variety of lovely gardens on one weekend in July.
'In the past we have given all proceeds to local organisations, but this year we also wanted to help a charity with local connections. Cancer touches all of us in some way or other and caring for those affected by cancer is such a worthwhile role that Macmillan Cancer Support was the obvious choice'
Ticket prices are £6 for single or £10 for two with under 16’s free of charge as long as accompanied by an adult.
The local village hall will be a hive of activity across the whole weekend with tea, coffee, lunch and afternoon tea being served throughout the day.
Buses are available to take visitors round the different gardens.
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