11:00AM, Monday 01 June 2015
There will be a rare chance to visit Frogmore House and gardens this week.
The Queen has given permission for the gardens to be opened to the public in aid of three charities from Tuesday, June 2 until Thursday, June 4.
Money raised from the open gardens will be split between the National Gardens Scheme (NGS), NSPCC and the Thames Valley Air Ambulance.
The gardens will be open from 10am-5.30pm, with the last admission at 4pm, and tickets cost £6.20. Under fives go free.
Once inside the gardens, visitors can buy tickets to look around the 17th century house.
The NGS, which is holding its charity day on Tuesday, June 2, opens interesting gardens to raise funds for nursing and care charities.
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