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Pulloxhill Open Gardens

 approx 9 gardens open Pulloxhill, near Flitwick and Ampthill, Central Bedfordshire
Sunday 12th June 2022
11.00am to 5.00pm

A great opportunity to visit some lovely gardens, large and small, within the picturesque Bedfordshire village of Pulloxhill.

Refreshments, home made cakes and light lunches available in the Church Hall.

Proceeds go towards village tree planting to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee and supporting the upkeep of the local church hall.

Plant sales
Plants grown by villagers will be for sale.

5.00 adults, accompanied under 16s free.

How to get event passports
Buy tickets on the day from the Church Hall in Church Road or at The Old Smithy on the High Street.

Contact the organisers
Phone: 07785 255 087

Parking is available at the Cross Keys pub, 13 High Street, Pulloxhill

County: Bedfordshire
Postcode for Sat Nav: MK45 5HA (please verify before travelling)
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