Twelve residents opened their gardens on our Open Gardens Day, Sunday 3rd June. A cheque for £200.50 has been sent to Tools for Self Reliance. Visitors were able to stop for Pimm’s in Field Close and see beehives, learn a little of beekeeping and perhaps gain a desire to take up this fascinating hobby. Peggy Gow was surprised at the number of people who came to visit her garden. She organised a game for the children to find her hidden garden ornaments of frogs, fishes, turtles, beavers, rabbits etc. At the end of the route, tea and cake was offered by Angela Cotton in Summerfield Gardens.

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