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Kelsale Open Gardens

 approx 10 gardens open Kelsale, Suffolk
Sunday 12th June 2022
10.00am to 5.00pm

A wide variety of gardens, large and small, some formal gardens and some wildlife inspired gardens, some in the centre of lovely Kelsale Village which is a Conservation Area and some just outside the Village. Also open will be our Recreation Ground with wildlife area and fantastic chainsaw sculptures.

Lovely home-made cakes, refreshments and tombola.

All proceeds to The East Anglian Air Ambulance and Suffolk Wildlife Trust.

Plant sales
There will be a stall with plants for sale donated by villagers.

5.00 adults, accompanied children free.

How to get event passports
On the day from Kelsale Village Hall.

Contact the organisers
Phone: 07930 454 112

County: Suffolk
Postcode for Sat Nav: IP17 2PB (please verify before travelling)
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Thankyou!   In 2016 the organisers of this event made a crowdfunding donation towards the upkeep of this website.

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