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The Garden Gadabout

An event in July in Sussex
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On Sundays in early July, many private gardens in Brighton and Hove open their doors to the public to raise funds for a local charity. It is Brighton’s biggest garden festival, and a chance to see some real creativity. Carol Klein of Gardeners World is patron of the event: "this is a real celebration of all kinds of vibrant green spaces you’ll find in and around the city".

BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW! CALL 01273 709 709.

Gardens all over Brighton and nearby Sussex towns/villages East Sussex. Please see website for more details or call the Garden Gadabout helpline: 01273-645691.

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