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National Open Garden Scheme

//National Open Garden Scheme

National Open Garden Scheme

Stream Walk Community Garden will be open this Sunday 21st May from 10am till 5pm at part of the National Open Garden Scheme. We are the finale destination of  in 10 gardens that are being opened to the public as part of the scheme in Whitstable.
 
Come along to see the wonderful gardens and also see our new butterfly bed that was funded by Kent County Council. The bed was designed and created by our Improving Lives participants over the last four months with help from our volunteer community gardeners.
 
There will be refreshments and cakes available on the day. We will be very happy to show you around the garden and will have surplus produce and plants available to purchase.
 
If you would like to donate any cakes they will be warmly welcome, please drop these off on either Saturday 20th May at 6pm or Sunday 21st after 10am.
 
Combined Admissions to all gardens in the scheme – £6 per adult or £10 for two, Children free starting at 19 Joy Lane from 10am 

All donations to our projects our gratefully received.  If you are interested in supporting us further, we are currently looking for a partner to sponsor our 2017 Gala Ball, please contact us for further details.

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