Birchanger Village Magazine 1
Village Magazine
May 2003 Issue 5
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fter a gap of one year, Birchanger Open Gardens will return on the weekend of June
14th and 15th.
It is expected at least 12 gardens will be open. Many of the old favourites will be participating,
along with some exciting new gardens. These include one at Hillside End and two The
Mount, and Forest Hall Barn, in Forest Hall Rd. Parking is available at both the Forest Hall
road locations.
Refreshments, which will include Strawberry Teas, will be available at Moorswood and at
15 Harrisons. The Church will have a flower display and be open for the sale of plants.
There will be a large raffle drawn on the 15
th
with a dozen varied prizes including wine,
spirits and books on gardening. There will be games available for children in some of the
gardens.
Tickets to cover both days are 3.00, and the gardens will be open between 2 and 6 pm.
Tickets will be on sale at all of the gardens and at the Three Willows.
Organiser Sheila Deveraux said. We have gardens open all over the village. I think its a
wonderful way to explore Birchanger and to meet some lovely people.
From the other side
Gerry Taylor