This looks like an ordinary house - but it has a very special secret garden



Nestling in a Salford suburb lies a hidden oasis.
Sally Berry’s back garden is a seven-year labour of love, but hardly anyone knows it is there.
The two-acre site behind her home in Walkden was an unloved and unwanted swamp, derelict and covered in dense knotweed. All that changed when her son William bought it in 2010 and Sally, who was 71 at the time, bought a scythe.
Over the years Sally has almost single-handedly transformed the former coal board dumping ground into an urban paradise known as The Secret Valley.
It’s accessible to the public over the next three Sundays under the National... read more

 
31 July 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 46
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