Starting at 11am, visitors were soon arriving at the Mill Lane, Enderby, venue (next to Enderby Leisure Centre).
A pleasantly warm day encouraged visitors to wander around the site and view a number of stalls which included a plant and produce stall, free health check and a Tai Chi taster session. The open day ran until 3pm.
Supporting positive health and wellbeing, A Place to Grow is a free to use sustainable community garden.
The project encourages people to learn new skills by producing and eating healthy food, being physically active, getting involved in the community and meeting new people in a friendly, informal and safe environment.
Councillor Sheila Scott, portfolio holder for Health Improvement and Leisure Services, said:
“A Place to Grow is such an important site for the people who use it on a regular basis.
“The open day means everyone in attendance will get to see the brilliant work that is done and hopefully attract more people to the garden.”