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FNHC Open Gardens 2022

The Haddenham Community Support Group (HCSG) are hosting their next fundraising event for the Florence Nightingale Hospice, namely the popular village Open Gardens.

On Sunday 19th June there will be 14 gardens open to visit, and seven are new for this year.

They vary in size and design; some small but packed with plants and interest, and others large with many features.

The gardens are spread throughout the village and you can buy your ticket (£6 for adults and children under 12 are free) either at the Scout and Guide Centre to start your garden visits from there, or tickets will also be at Church End which will be convenient if you wish to start your garden visits at that end of the village.

The gardens will be open from 2 — 6pm.

Teas will be available at the Scout and Guide Centre and from 14 Church End. Toilets are only at the Scout & Guide Centre.

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