THE National Trust is re-opening the gardens in Dyffryn in the Vale of Glamorgan after the visitor attraction was forced to close in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

The house, tea-room and shop remain closed for now and you will need to book your tickets in advance before your visit.

Members can book for free while non-members will need to pay.

Those who haven't booked will be turned away.


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New tickets will be released every Friday.

Numbers will be limited to keep visitors and staff safe.

Bookings are open for visits from Monday, July 6 to Sunday, July 12.