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Alfold and Loxwood Open Gardens

 approx 8 gardens open Alfold and Loxwood, Billingshurst, Sussex
Sunday 22nd May 2022
1.00pm to 6.00pm

The gardeners in the attactive villages of Loxwood and nearby Ifold are opening their gardens. Start your tour at North Hall, and go around the village for just over a mile. Gardens in Ifold have to be visited by car.

A range of Darlac garden tools, gloves and accessories will be on display and available to buy.

All proceeds go to our parish churches - St. John the Baptist, Loxwood, and St. Nicholas Alfold.

Plant sales
There will be plants for sale, all grown by villagers.

5.00 adults, accompanied under 16s free.

How to get event passports
On the day at North Hall.

Contact the organisers

North Hall is located on the B2133 in Loxwood. Parking is available here.

County: Sussex
Postcode for Sat Nav: RH14 0SH (please verify before travelling)
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