Historic Coldstream. Scotland's first true border town. Situated on the River Tweed which forms a natural boundary between Scotland and England. There will be a rich variety of gardens open for the enthusiast to explore, including six new. The Flodden 1513 memorial will be open for the first time. One of the club members will be in attendance to offer a short history of the battle and the memorial. In one of the gardens, the pirate ship was constructed by the owners as a lockdown project. All the garden openers will be delighted to share their garden triumphs and interests with you.
Coldstream is on the A697, equidistant between Kelso and Berwick-upon-Tweed. The Community Centre (an old church building) is in the west end of town. There is ample parking on the street and in near by car parks.
Tickets, route maps, plant sales and facilities available at the Community Centre on the High Street. Delicious afternoon teas will be served by the local Macmillan Cancer Support Committee also at the Community Centre.