Cossall - Open Gardens
w/e 26 May 2002

Lych Gate

From the arched gateway of Corner Cottage the lych-gate of the village church is visible across the road. And many residents flung open their garden gates to the general public in a fund raising exercise for the church.
Village Centre
St Catherine's Church overlooks Corner Cottage in the heart of what appears to be a tranquil village but this view belies the fact that hundreds of people were milling about not too far away.
Directly opposite the white painted cottages above, the old schoolroom attracted many customers for refreshments on a warm Sunday afternoon.
Even more visitors wandered around the gardens of the adjacent Willoughby Almshouses.
The Manor House 
Whilst even more passed through the garlanded gates of The Manor House that were flung open in welcome too.
Gardens of all shapes and sizes were open from simple cottage gardens to formal and ornamental types but each had something to offer. This is an example of just one of them.

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