MORE than 350 people enjoyed a beautiful day in the gardens at Rye and Iden on Tuesday helping to raise over £3,000 for St Michael’s Hospice.
Darran Penfolld, from St Michael’s, said: “The walled garden at Mountsfield House was simply stunning with beautiful foxgloves, peonies and roses and Michael Gregory once again impressed visitors by firing a cannon at 2pm.
“Ferry Cottage, an amazing piece of history, is a quaint fisherman’s cottage tucked away, difficult to find but certainly worth a visit.
“Refreshments were served in the beautiful gardens at Burnt Oak Manor, offering visitors a chance to relax in the sun in the most wonderful surroundings.
“To find out more about St Michael’s Hospice’s Open Garden Season visit www.stmichaelshospice.com or call Sally Beresford on 01424 456369,”