18th Jan, 2019

Droitwich garden to open its gates on Easter Sunday to raise charity cash

On EASTER SUNDAY (April 16) Malley and David Terry are opening their garden, at 24 Alexander Avenue, Droitwich, to the public in aid of the National Garden Scheme (NGS).

The scheme raises money for a number of charities including the Queen’s Nursing Institute, Macmillan Cancer Support and the Marie Curie Cancer Trust by opening the country’s best home gardens to the public.

The garden has been featured in magazines, national competitions and in 2009 was listed number one in the Daily Telegraph’s 50 best small gardens to visit.

Visits to the garden are by arrangement and admission is £3 for adults and free for children.

Parts of the garden are accessible by wheelchair.

Visit www.ngs.org.uk for directions and any further information.

Alternatively, call 01905 774907 or email terrydroit@aol.com to contact Malley and David Terry.


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