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RHS New Forest Breakfast Walk

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Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway
Southampton
Hampshire
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Event timing: Mid-October
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Enjoy a wonderful early morning tour of Exbury Gardens with Head Gardener John Anderson, exploring the best of the autumn colour in Yard Wood. The 1 ½ hour walk is guaranteed to work up an appetite for a delicious New Forest breakfast in Mr Eddy’s Restaurant. All food sourced from local producers. Strictly limited numbers, booking essential.
Price £18.50 or £14.80 for RHS members and Exbury season ticket holders.
Time: 8:00am – 10:30am
Booking office Tel No: 023 8024 5750

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