UPPER Green in Oxfordshire will be swinging the gates open to visitors as part of the National Garden Scheme once again this year, to raise money for charity.

Painting the gardens with a rainbow of spring's signature colours are snowdrops, rambling roses supported by old apple trees and sculptures by Sophie Thompson.

The half an acre garden at Horton-cum-Studley will be open on Sunday afternoon and will donate funds raised to the British Skin Foundation. See ngs.org.uk