The cost of entry will be a discounted rate of £6.
Burrow Farm was taken over by Mary Benger and her husband in the 1950s. Mary then set about creating a garden, gradually over the years incorporating more and more of the land around the farm house. The garden now covers 13 acres, with formal, woodland and wild flower sections, ponds, a bog garden and a coffee shop for light refreshments.
Also being planned is a visit to the National Trust's Tyntesfield property near Bristol. Tyntesfield was formerly the home of the Gibbs family, who made their fortune by importing guano.
The visit will take place on June 23rd, and travel to it is intended to be by coach.