Latest News - 2012 Open Day attracted an attendance of over 550 adults with as many children if not more. Our donation to Perennial this year will be £3,300 our biggest so far.
From 2003 to 2012 the gardens have been open for charity, raising money for Perennial-Gardeners' Royal Benevolent Society.
In 2003 the 10th August open day turned out to be the hottest day for years. The temperature reached 32 degrees in the garden, a real test of public support with beaches so close. It was a very successful day and we raised a substantial sum for Perennial.
Over the last ten years we have had lovely hot summers days with lots of visitors, many new to the garden. Each time our volunteers have turned out in force and without their help it would be impossible to do. We have managed to donate in excess of £14,700 to Perennial during this period. In Perennials Garden Post and Unearthed Newsletter you will find articles on our 2010 openday. (click to read as pdf file)
The gardens have also had organised visits from time to time including Womens' Institutes, Scouts, Camera Clubs and Sussex Wildlife Trust.
If you would like to visit, please contact us.