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Town’s finest gardens go on show

Keen gardeners will be able to pick up tips from green-fingered residents when Fareham’s finest gardens open their doors to the public.


The annual Gardens Open Day will take place on Sunday 21st July from 10am to 6pm with 11 stunning gardens to view.


The event is part of the Fareham In Bloom calendar activities and all the featured gardens are previous winners of the Community Gardening Challenge.


A ticket costs £7 and covers entry to all the gardens and can be bought at any one of the gardens. All the money raised will go to charity and the work of the Fareham in Bloom volunteers.


The gardens taking part are: 8 Birdwood Grove, Portchester; 66 Catisfield Road, Fareham; 37 Froxfield Gardens, Portchester; 213 Highlands Road, Fareham; 51 Longmynd Drive, Fareham; 10 Peak Drive; 20 Titchfield Park Road; 126 West Street, Portchester; 5 White Hart Lane, Portchester; Wisteria Cottage, 15 Gudge Heath Road; and Wynton Way Horticultural Site. The garden in Froxfield Gardens, Portchester, is not accessible for wheelchair users.




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