Green-fingered supporters are invited to open their gardens to the public as part of St Elizabeth Hospice’s brand new Great Garden Trail this summer.
The local charity is appealing for individuals or whole villages to open their gates and be part of the trail which will be taking place between May and September 2017.
All the gardens will then appear on a unique trail map, alongside a short description with key details of the garden and opening days and times, so that supporters can follow the route and journey throughout the region, exploring the varied and beautiful gardens on display.
By opening your garden for one morning or afternoon this summer you can make a difference and help St Elizabeth Hospice continue to improve life for local people living with an incurable illness.
The charity is looking for a wide variety of displays so whether your garden is traditional or contemporary, tranquil or tropical, cosy or large, why not invite others to admire your horticultural skills while raising funds for your local hospice?
If you would like to open your garden this summer, or for more information on The Great Garden Trail please contact: 01473 723600 / [email protected]
St Elizabeth Hospice is an independent charity which provides vital care and support free of charge to patients and their families across east Suffolk. The hospice costs millions of pounds a year to run, and relies on fundraising events, donations and the income generated from its shops to meet the majority of these costs.