The Governor, Sir David Steel, is opening the Convent Gardens to the public on Saturday the 8th May.
They will be open from 11am to 4pm. Refreshments will be on sale with tea and cake, and a plant stall. Visitors will be able to stroll through the gardens as well as visit certain rooms in the Convent.
There will be a one pound entry fee, with this donated to local charities.
Sir David Steel says he'sdelighted to be able to open the Convent in this way, in support of local charities. He adds, people have made him feel very welcome in Gibraltar and that he's pleased to have the chance to welcome them to his official home in Gibraltar now that restrictions are lifted. The Governor hopes visitors will delight in seeing the fruits of the labours of the Convent's gardeners, as well as seeing something of the refurbishment programme that has been continuing over the last year.
There will be limited disabled access to the garden. Pushchairs and prams will not be admitted, although limited storage will be available.