Convent Gardens holds charitable open day
The Convent held a charitable open day on Saturday which saw visitors enjoy a sunny afternoon in the gardens.
The Governor, Sir David Steel, opened the Convent Gardens to the public on Saturday, May 8 so that visitors can enjoy this historic garden at the end of a period of restrictions.
The gardens were open from 11am to 4pm with a charge of £1 per person which will be donated to local charities.
Refreshments were on sale with tea and cake, and a plant stall.
Visitors could also stroll through the gardens and admire the plants, trees and heritage of the garden, as well as visiting certain rooms in the Convent.