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Open Garden in Bodiam

Attractive garden, rarely open to the public, with spectacular views over Bodiam Castle and east along the Rother Valley

Saturday 13th July, 10.30am-4pm

Cream teas and cakes

Entrance £5

For more information and directions please email: info@gardeningfordisabledtrust.org.uk


Monday 16th September: Gardens Open at Euston Hall, by kind permission of Duke and Duchess of Grafton, in aid of Gardening for Disabled Trust. Postcode: IP24 2QH.

Recent GDT events….

Were you there or did you miss our wonderful Annual Plant Fair & Open Garden? Find out what you missed by listening to Heather’s interview on BBC Radio Kent by clicking here

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So far this year we’ve enjoyed:

Fascinating talks from Hugh Willing CBE about the celebrated artist Marianne North and Simon Ginnaw, who took us on a virtual tour of Kent & Sussex’s flora and fauna

A fabulous Annual Spring Plant Fair and Open garden, thanks to the generosity of Hush Heath Estates

Wonderful weather for Canterbury Cathedral Open Gardens, of which we were a beneficiary, and lousy weather for the opening of Fursdon House gardens in Devon, of which we were also a beneficiary. We are grateful to them both for their support.

And we’re only half way through the year – there’s SO much more to come! Don’t miss out….join our mailing list today – and bookmark this page too!

Photo Credits: Justine Stringer, The Generous Gardener (photos 1, 3, 6, 8, 9): National Trust (2 -Bodiam Castle). Hush Heath Estates -photos 5 & 7)