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Turn End Garden: 27th March

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Turn End Gardens are opening to the public once again, in time for Mothering Sunday, Sunday, 27th March 2022, 2:00pm until 5:00pm

Celebrate Mothering Sunday in Turn End's tranquil and restorative gardens.

The garden will be springing into life, with vibrant colour from a multitude of bulbs including Fritillaries, daffodils and early tulips as well as shrubs including flowering currant and Rhododendron.

Visit the studio of Artist in Residence Heather Hunter. Heather specialises in paper art, printing and artist's books and often uses Turn End garden as a resource.

Tea and homemade cakes will also be available.

£6.00 (Friends: free, Children (5-16 years): £3.00, children under 5s: free)

To purchase Tickets, click here

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