Open Your Garden for St Margaret's Hospice in 2018

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St Margarets Hospice Open Gardens 2018

Do you have a garden worth sharing? St Margaret's Hospice needs your support

Following a successful Open Gardens Campaign in summer 2017, St. Margaret's Hospice is now seeking keen gardeners to open their gardens and allotments in aid of the hospice during 2018. The Open Garden Season runs from May to September, however some of gardens are open year round. The hospice itself will be taking part and opening its own beautiful gardens in Yeovil for the local community to visit. All funds raised through the scheme will go towards helping patients and their families facing a life-limiting illness across Somerset.
St. Margaret's Hospice is all about making each day count for their patients, families and carers — if you would like to be part of making this happen , please contact Susan Bickle, Fundraising Volunteer Coordinator for more information, on 01935 709182 or 07736886145 by email on susan.bickle@st-margarets-hospice.org.uk

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