I have often browsed in the art galleries and antique shops in the narrow streets of Bridlington Old Town with its Georgian terrace houses which give directly onto the pavement. Little did I imagine the delights of the secret gardens to be found at the back of the buildings.
The twenty plus gardens are open to the public once a year for charity and this is just a sample of what was to be found.
|This yard was full of various breeds of geese, ducks and hens|
|There was interest at every turn in this garden with its attractive summer house (see below)|
|A narrow path opened up into this huge garden with a fine view of the church, which an artist was drawing|
|Just room for one at a time on this garden path|
|The owner of this garden is a stonemason. he had a fine collection of old, carved stone from various sources. We were invited to try our hand at it.|
Sometimes you believe you know a neighbourhood quite well but you can be surprised!