Open Gardens Returns To Curry Rivel

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Open Gardens Returns To Curry Rivel
Sunday 9th June 2019
11am — 5pm

Starting with a Big Breakfast in the village hall from 8.30am until 12.30pm
Approx 10 gardens open from 11am until 5pm.
Tickets £6 for adults & children under 16 free, dogs allowed on a short lead with garden owners permission.
Also 2 wild life meadows and the allotments will be open .
Cream teas and plant sales in some gardens and a plant market in the village centre behind Chanctonbury cottage. Profits will be shared around the village .

Have you got a garden you would be proud to share with the world? More gardens are still sought.

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