Bradness Gallery Garden, Barcombe, is open for the National Gardens scheme charities on Saturday, June 29, and Sunday, June 30, from 11am to 6pm.
Entrance £4. Children under 14 free.
Tea and cake costs £3. There is easy parking in a field down the road.
Disabled parking is by the gallery with a drop-off area in the front drive.
The National Gardens scheme supports nursing charities and is the biggest single donor to Macmillan cancer support with over £13 million.
Bradness Gallery has donated over £10,000 in the past two years.
Bradness Gallery has a delightful and tranquil mature garden with trees, scented shrubs, old roses, herbaceous borders and spring bulbs.
Surrounded by open countryside, a wooded stream flows along the bottom and two large ponds are home to wild ducks, dragonflies and toads and frogs.
There are raised vegetable beds and cut flower beds as well.
Bradness Gallery itself will also be open with original paintings, prints and cards available for purchase. For more details visit www.emmaburnett.co.uk and www.englishlandscapepaintings.co.uk.