We see what is going on behind the closed gates at Northumberland's Alnwick Garden

Like most of our tourist attractions, the Alnwick Garden is closed to the public.

All but two members of staff have been furloughed to keep contact down to a minimum.

It means a big job looking after the 12-acre site - including the largest display of Tai Haku cherry blossom in the world.

In lieu of being able to go to the garden itself - you can watch a livestream of the blossom and the rose garden here.