After a successful launch last weekend with scarecrows and cream teas, village gardens open their doors this weekend.

Gardens across Lympstone will open their doors and the latest instalment of the village garden festival will take place.

The Lympstone Garden Festival hopes to raise much-needed funds for Hospiscare.

Attendees will move from quaint courtyards across the beautiful harbour to the great Lympstone Manor and places in between for unique horticultural insights and inspiration.

Additionally, the village hall will offer refreshments, live music, a raffle, and much more to keep attendees entertained throughout the day.

Those attending have a chance to learn how to build their wildlife havens or immerse themselves in the 'Flower Power' exhibition at the Seaglass Gallery, which will feature work from talented artists.

The highlight of the event, a scarecrow trail, features an astonishing 38 scarecrows that represent various films for attendees to identify.

Tickets are available on the day across different locations in the village.

Garden tickets are £8 for entry to all the gardens (children 16 & under free), scarecrow trail maps £3.

All proceeds will go to Exmouth and Lympstone Hospiscare