Views across the beautiful Malpas Passage not usually seen by the general public can be enjoyed for one day only when a garden opens next weekend for charity. 

Little Park Farm at St Clements is the next in a series of Open Gardens events throughout the summer in aid of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. 

Cream teas and drinks will be provided by Rodda’s, Ferryman’s and Cornish Coffee, and as with all gardens opening for the trust this year there will be a plant stall.

The 18th Century farmhouse has a large conservatory that opens onto a spacious stone flagged terrace, that is surrounded by sweeping semi-formal gardens.

The garden is surrounded by paths leading to wildflower meadows, from which woodland walks can be accessed.

On the south side below the house is a large natural pond well stocked with fish and water plantings.

Isabella Hawkes, community fundraising officer for the trust, said: “When you visit one of our Open Gardens you really are helping with the trust’s conservation work.

“So why not join us on the terrace at Little Park Farm, enjoy the views and a cream tea and know you are helping Cornwall’s wildlife as well.”

The open garden afternoon will be from 2pm – 5pm on Sunday, June 2. Adult tickets are £5 and under 16s go free. No dogs are allowed.