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Seale and The Sands Open Gardens

This event is resting for 2017
Sorry, but Seale and The Sands Open Gardens isn't running this year. We'll keep you posted about next year's event details when they are known, but in the meantime we include below details from a previous year to remind you about the event

 approx 8 gardens opened Seale and The Sands, near Farnham, Surrey
Saturday 7th May 2016
1.00pm to 5.00pm

Eight gardens varying in size and content will be open. Particular interest will be the rhododendrons and azaleas. Tea and cakes will be available at two gardens.

All proceeds to The Simon Trust.

Plant sales:
Plant sales at some of the gardens.

5.00 per person, accompanied under 16s free.

How to get event passports:
Buy tickets on the day from any garden or in advance from

Contact the organisers:
Phone: 01252 783 704

County: Surrey
Postcode for Sat Nav: GU10 1JW (please verify before travelling)
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 Open Garden ID: 1737

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