At least 10 gardens are to be open in Cadney and Howsham, near Brigg, North Lincolnshire.

A good range of gardens will be open around the two neighbouring small rural villages of Cadney and Howsham. Howsham has won the Campaign to Protect Rural England’s Northern Lincolnshire Best Kept Village Competition several times in recent years.

There will be lots of lovely country gardens of all shapes and sizes open in both Cadney and Howsham.

Grade I-listed Cadney Church is one of the oldest churches in the area and well worth a visit. The church will have a lovely flower display.

There will be raffle, tombola, cakes, light lunches and refreshments in Howsham Village Hall. Refreshments will also be available at Cadney Church Hall.

A free minibus service will run throughout the day to take visitors between Cadney and Howsham, and visitors are encouraged to park in Howsham and take the bus to Cadney. The minibus has been very kindly paid for by Caistor and District Lions.

Scarecrows will be popping up in the open gardens and all around both villages, and there will be a woodturning demonstration in Howsham Park.

All proceeds are to be shared between local good causes including Lindsey Lodge Hospice, Cadney Church, Howsham Park, Howsham Village Hall and our local LIVES group.

Plant sales: there will be plant sales in both Cadney and Howsham.

Cost: £4 per adult; accompanied under-16s are free.

How to get event passports: tickets and maps are available from Howsham Village Hall and Cadney Church Hall.

Contact the organisers: 01652 67 87 63 or by email.

The post code for Howsham is LN7 6LA, and the post code for Cadney is DN20 9HS.