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The Haddenham Community Support Group for the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity has organised an Open Gardens event on Sunday 23rd June.

No less than 12 beautiful gardens will be available for visitors to enjoy, spread in a wide range of locations around the village in:

  • Rudds Lane
  • Thame Road
  • Fort End
  • Townside
  • The Croft
  • Churchway
  • Church End (x2)
  • Flint Street (x2)
  • Long Wall
  • and the Allotments

A full list of locations and descriptions of each garden, as well as tickets, teas and a sale of plants will be available at the Scout & Guide Centre on Banks Park (near the Library and village hall) and the gardens will be open from 2.00-6.00pm.

For more information, email: ahart27@tiscali.co.uk

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