TWO Helensburgh gardens will open to the public this Sunday, May 13, under the Scotland's Gardens Scheme.

High Glenan on Queen Street, and Westburn on nearby Campbell Street, are being opened for one day only by their owners to raise money for charity.

Both gardens border the Glenan Burn and feature rhododendrons, azaleas, woodland walks, herbaceous borders and fruit and vegetables.

High Glenan, owned by Tom and Tricia Stewart, is located approximately half a mile west along Queen Street from its junction with Sinclair Street, on the right hand side (postcode G84 9LG).

To find Westburn (G84 9NH), head along West Montrose Street from Sinclair Street and take the fourth turning on the right on to Campbell Street; Westburn is 100 yards up the street, on the right hand side.

Both gardens are open from 2pm until 5pm on Sunday afternoon. Admission is £4 for adults (children go free). Home-made teas and plant stalls will be available.

All proceeds will go to the Prostate UK charity, St Michael and All Angels Church in Helensburgh, and beneficiaries of the Scotland's Gardens Scheme.