The2018SussexGardensbookletisavailableinlibraries,bookshops,gardencentresandotherlocaloutlets from late January onwards. Full details of all our gardens, including beautiful images to whet your appetite, can be viewed now at ngs.org.ukWhether you’re a group of friends, enthusiastic gardeners or a photography club looking for inspiration, our gardens are the perfect place to visit. This year, there are 36 open by arrangement for groups, and bookings can be made now. Just take a look at the wonderful choice of gardens in West Sussex, on the attached information sheet, for your group to visit. Admission prices are very reasonable and details of prices and refreshments should be discussed at the time of booking. Visiting one of our gardens is a golden opportunity to see the results of someone’s planning and passion for gardening, and the benefit to the nursing and caring charities supported by the National Garden Scheme is immense. In 2017, we donated £3 million to our beneficiary charities. Our continuing support means that for most of our beneficiaries we are the largest cumulative donor in their histories. More information can be found at https://www.ngs.org.uk/who-we- are/beneficiaries/If you would like to receive a copy of the Sussex County Booklet 2018 please let me know.With very best wishes,Claudia Claudia Pearce National Garden SchemeAssistant County Organiser & Social Media - West SussexFollow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & GardenTags - SUSSEXWESTNGSMobile 07985 648216
Updated 12th May 2018
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The Emsworth Horticultural Society
A beautiful garden, known as Clibdens, will be open to the public on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th June, between 11am and 5pm. It is in Chalton, Hampshire, and all proceeds and donations will go to the preservation and maintenance of the ancient church of St Michael & All Angels in the same village. Entrance £5 - no dogs please. Refreshments will be available.
Open Garden “Clibdens”, in Charlton on 16th & 17th June.