Green-fingered supporters are needed to open their gardens to the public from May to September, in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice.
By opening your garden for one morning or afternoon this summer you can make a difference and help St Elizabeth Hospice continue to improve life for more than 2,000 local people living with a progressive illness every year.
St Elizabeth Hospice is looking for a wide variety of displays. So whether your garden is traditional or contemporary, tranquil or tropical, cosy or large, why not invite others to admire your horticultural skills whilst raising funds for your local hospice? You could even get the entire village involved.
If you can’t commit to opening your garden, but would like to support the hospice with your horticultural skills then why not divide your perennials or sow extra seeds and donate the spare plants for us to sell on our pop-up plant stalls. Our lovely volunteers will replant your flowers into beautiful pots and sell them on stalls across the county.
If you would like to open your garden this summer, or for more information on open gardens or pop-up plant stalls, please call 01473 723600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
St Elizabeth Hospice is an independent charity which provides vital care and support free of charge to patients and their families across Suffolk. The hospice costs millions of pounds a year to run, and relies on fundraising events, donations and the income generated from its shops to meet the majority of these costs.