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The Turn End Trust is continuing its recently launched programme of creative workshops and horticulture classes with:

an Early Summer Walk through Turn End Garden in the company of Jackie Hunt, Turn End's gardener on Thursday 5th June 10.00-11.00 (£8 a walk, Max 10 people).

·Its first gardening workshop "Selecting and Caring for Plants" on Friday 25th July 10.00-13.00. Led by horticulturist, Lindsay Engers (who frequently holds workshops at Waterperry Gardens), and Turn End's gardener, Jackie Hunt. (£20, Max 10 people)

Spaces are limited, so you are advised to book early. Email turnendgarden@gmail.com or telephone 07951 018601 for the complete programme and a booking form.

Turn End will also be participating in Bucks Open Studios Week (June 14th-22nd) and the garden will also be open for your enjoyment on Thursday 26th June 2-5.30pm (Entry £3.50).

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