Highgrove Royal Gardens is celebrating being open to the public for 25 years, with a series of special guided tours.

The gardens of Prince of Wales’s private residence in Doughton, near Tetbury, is to open to the public on select dates in March and April.

Experienced guides will take visitors on fascinating 75-minute Spring walks, revealing the history and inspiration behind the gardens.

Visitors can also pre-book Sunday lunches, creative workshops or join a number of the nation’s leading gardeners who are holding a series of talks promising a wealth of garden inspiration.

Guest speakers include Matthew Wilson, Christine Walkden, Tom Stuart-Smith and Fergus Garrett, as well as a rare appearance from Highgrove’s head gardener, Debs Goodenough.

All profits from all the events will be donated to The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation.

To book and for more information on all the events at the gardens, go to bit.ly/2N2kQgf or call 0333 222 4555.