A Victorian 'ghost garden' has reappeared at a country house thanks to weeks of dry weather. 

The garden, which was originally laid out in the 19th century at Gawthorpe Hall near Burnley, has reappeared after warm weather and a lack of rain dried out the soil at different rates.

The garden was designed by Sir Charles Barry in the 1850s and has been known to appear when the weather is warm, despite the garden being lost during World War II.

Why not visit the garden and see it with your own eyes?