SHEEPSCOMBE boasts diverse gardens most of which will open to the public for the first time.

These beautiful gardens are set in the Cotswold Hills an area of outstanding beauty and contain fairy doors hidden throughout.

This year they are scattered around Sheepscombe over a walk of about a mile and incorporate horses, an artists cottage, flower beds, thriving wildlife, a children’s area and more.

To enhance wildlife in the gardens Butterfly Conservation Gloucestershire even came to set up moth traps.

Families are welcome to visit the trail on Sunday, June 17 between 2pm and 5pm with parking available in Sheepscombe village hall car park.

Tickets cost £5 and are available from Sheepscombe village on the day.