A Somerset arts centre will be opening its doors as part of the National Garden Scheme this weekend (Saturday 25 - 26 June).

Clayhill Arts, near Wembdon, will be showcasing what it has been doing at the site to help with biodiversity.

The venue will be celebrating the work of gardener Chris Drew, who joined Clayhill in 2017 with no previous gardening experience and has been managing the 8 acres whilst learning and gaining new skills.

There will also be several artists in residence over the weekend with work for sale as well as a plant sale, tea, coffee, cake and bread all from local suppliers.

The proceeds from the weekend will be going to the health and nursing charities that the National Garden Scheme supports as well as the Disasters Emergency Committee.