Open Garden Fundraiser

03 September 2017

The Open Garden event is promised to be a brilliant day out for all the family.

Bring your loved ones along to walk amongst the beautifully decorated gardens and leave with great photographs and memories. Garden owners will be opening their beautiful gardens to the public to share their passion and gardening tips - and all for a worthy cause!

This year, Spire Harpenden Hospital will be raising money for the Herts and Essex Air Ambulance, a life-saving charity who have attended almost 20,000 cases since they started almost 20 years ago. They aim to deliver first class pre-hospital emergency medical services to the local areas. 

Whilst in the presence of these wonderful views, feel free to purchase refreshments and nibble on some cake. 

Event details

Entry: £6 per adult, and children free - 100% of the money raised will be going to Herts and Essex Air Ambulance 

When: Sunday 3 September, 11am - 2pm 

Where: Huntsmoor, Stoney Lane, Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP3 0DP

The National Garden Scheme 

The National Garden Scheme is the most significant charitable funder of nursing charities in the country, donating over £50 million so far. We help our garden owners open their beautiful gardens to the public, sharing their passion and raising impressive amounts of money through entry fees, teas and slices of cake.

This two acre garden has year round interest. It contains many special trees and shrubs. A large lawn with herbaceous border gives way to a formal rose garden and onto a central Koi pond with waterfall and rockery. A walk-through specimen trees, past a wildlife pond and bog garden brings you to a newly formed border, a log cabin and a spectacular view of rolling English countryside.



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