A STOURPORT garden is hoping to enjoy some late sunshine as one of two Worcestershire gardens still open under the National Gardens Scheme.

Astley Towne House garden will be open for the last time this season on Sunday from 1pm until 5pm.

The garden includes sub-tropical planting, winding paths of banana trees, palms and other rare and exotic plants.

It also features a stumpery garden, statues, a woodland temple, a tree-top safari lodge and grotto covered in shell mosaics which is based on Greek mythology and has an inbuilt water feature.

A revolving neo-classical summerhouse also features in the garden which has been constructed over the last ten years.

More information can be found at www.ngs.org.uk