Celebrated garden designer and star of BBC Radio 4’s Gardeners’ Question Time Bunny Guinness will be talking exclusively at the beautiful Braxted Park Estate on Tuesday the 11th June 2019, as part of the National Garden Scheme Open Garden Day.
Bunny Guinness will be giving a talk at 12 noon during the National Garden Scheme Open Day in support of Horatio’s Garden, which will cost £15.00 to attend. Bunny will be giving us insight into her world of television, radio, and her beautiful gardens! To book your ticket for the talk at Braxted Park, please visit Eventbrite using the ‘buy tickets’ button on this page.
The garden is open from 10:00 – 16:00, with admission costing £6.00 to the National Garden Scheme charities. Braxted Park is a private estate and therefore is not normally open to the public, so the National Garden Scheme event represents a rare chance to take a closer look at this beautiful garden.
Light lunches, refreshments and afternoon teas will be available for visitors to enjoy in the Walled Garden Pavilion during the day. There will be plants, local crafts and Horatio’s Garden beautiful merchandise available to purchase.
The National Garden Scheme gives large donations each year to health related charities from the profits of the open gardens. Horatio’s Garden has been a beneficiary of generous grants from the National Garden Scheme towards the Stoke Mandeville and Oswestry Gardens. Visiting a National Garden Scheme garden helps to change lives.
We are most grateful to Duncan and Nicky Clarke of Braxted Park, along with their fantastic team, for their generosity and support of the charity and the National Garden Scheme.