Little Gardens of Sandwich, which regularly raises several thousand pounds, has been running for over 35 years and is one of the highlights of the town's summer calendar.
The medieval town of Sandwich in east Kent will be in full bloom once again on Sunday, June 4th, when it hosts the annual 'Little Gardens of Sandwich'.
Beautiful blooms will be on show during the ever-popular Little Gardens of Sandwich event giving garden-lovers a rare opportunity to be inspired by a number of private gardens hidden behind ancient walls of this quaint, medieval town.
This year the gardens will be located around St Clement's Church in the south eastern part of Sandwich and for the first time the nearby allotments will also be open.
Afterwards visitors can enjoy cream teas in the St Clement's Church Hall, browse the specialist plant nurseries in the St Clement’s Churchyard and enter a garden-themed raffle.
Proceeds go to St Clement's Church, Sandwich.
Tickets are £5.00 adults, whilst accompanied children go free, and are available at Sandwich Tourist Office, Guildhall, or at the gardens on the day.
Further information: Phone: 01304 613291 (Elizabeth Watson)
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