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Village gardens open for charity

Longton Open Gardens 2013

Longton Open Gardens 2013

Ukelele players, folk musicians and award-winning ice cream all feature in the Longton Open Gardens on Sunday.

Thirteen gardens of all sizes will be open to the public, to raise money for four charities.

Members of Hutton Art Group will also have work on display in St Andrew’s church hall from 1pm to 5.30pm and light lunches will be served in the WI Hall in School Lane from noon to 1.30pm.

A £4 programme gives entry to all gardens from 1pm to 5.30pm. Children go free.

Programmes are available from Blundell’s Hardware, Longton; Magpies, Longton; Tithebarn Nursery, Hutton, Embleys’ Nursery, Much Hoole, and 16 Franklands, Longton.

Charities include FOMO, Nyumbani Hospice for Orphans in Kenya; Jireh Women micro-enterprise projects and a Christian Aid project in Kenya.

 

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