Hartington Virtual Open Gardens: Summary Week 15

Hartington Virtual Open Gardens Summary of week 15. The final daily post, will be tomorrow, July 9th at 9.00am afterwhich postings may continue in a weekly summary format. Photos can be sent to hartingtongardens@btinternet.com but please now restrict to a single photo, make it you best garden shot !

Hartington Virtual Open Gardens: July 6th 2020

Day 97 of Hartington Virtual Open Gardens and the weather has turned wet and windy but the pictures today come from warmer and sunnier times with a revisit to Katherine’s garden. Wildlife friendly planting is providing colour in the borders and reaping its rewards attracting bees and butterflies. The 100 days is now full but Read more…

Hartington Virtual Open Gardens: July 5th 2020

Day 96 of Hartington Virtual Open Gardens and the pictures today come from the beer garden and planters at The Devonshire Arms which reopened for business, along with the Charles Cotton and the Royal British Legion, yesterday. The 100 days is now full but photos posted from now on to hartingtongardens@btinternet.com are likely to appear Read more…

The return of the country pubs and clubs.

July 4th and a number of local establishments are reopening following government guidance. In Hartington The Royal British Legion plans to open today as do both the Devonshire Arms and the Charles Cotton. Social distancing and Covid Secure measures are in place so check notices/websites/Facebook or contact the establishments directly for details. Some are suggesting Read more…

Hartington Virtual Open Gardens: June 28th 2020

Day 89 of Hartington Virtual Open Gardens and today we revisit St Giles’ churchyard.  Although the church is still currently closed, we’re trying to make the churchyard as inviting as possible so new planters have been placed by the benches around the churchyard with prayer cards to follow. Thank you to all who helped with the Read more…

Easing of lockdown Hartington Village updates:

The services in the village that had to close due to lockdown regulations have been slowly returning. The Beresford Tearooms are now open for takeaways and ice creams, Fiveways has returned providing opportunities for gift buying on slightly reduced opening hours and it is reported The Devonshire Arms will soon be reopening too. Thankfully other Read more…