Old Town gardensopen for hospice

Always a favourite during the St Michael's Hospice Open Gardens season is the delightfully quaint collection of gardens in Hastings Old Town.

Sunday, 8th July 2018, 11:17 am
Updated Monday, 16th July 2018, 5:09 pm
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The beautiful seven gardens, including that of Garden Designer Paul Ridley open to the public again this year on Tuesday July 17 from 10.30am – 4pm.

One of the gardens will opening for the first time since 2014 with new owners.

From secret walled gardens, climbing roses and inside-out paraphernalia such as mirrors and picture frames, to gardens with splendid views across the whole of the Old Town - this stop on the calendar is not to be missed.

Entry to these stunning gardens is £6, refreshments are available at St Mary’s Star of the Sea Church Hall, where a host of stall holders will also be displaying some fabulous items for sale.

The St Michael’s Hospice open garden season sees a number of beautiful gardens throughout Hastings and Rother and is an important annual fund raiser for the hospice.

For more information, call Felicity on 01424 457959 or email [email protected]

St Michael’s Hospice provides holistic care and support for all those throughout Hastings and Rother affected by a progressive life-limiting illness or bereavement. They need £12,000 a day to run the services.

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