Local gardens open in 2022 details will be published January
IN HAMPSHIRE NGS “at work”.
In 2018 National Garden Scheme Trustees voted a grant of £85,000 to make a major contribution to a brand new Outdoor Learning Centre for Treloar’s, the Hampshire school and college that enables education for disabled children.
In July 2021 the new centre was opened by Treloar’s Patron, Alan Titchmarsh who said, “It was such an honour to be there and to be part of it. Outdoor learning is vital for our health as individuals and as a community, and Treloar’s are a wonderful example of how that connection with nature can be achieved and how it benefits us all. I hope the garden thrives.”
This really shows the NGS “at work”. Below is Alan cutting the ribbon accompanied by Harry and Joe. At Treloar’s they concentrate on the students ability – not their disability. To read the full report click on the link
Stockbridge Open Gardens 2022 with be opened the west-end of the High Street
Sally Milligan is I’m having a flower bed put in for an Alan Titchmarsh documentary next year.
Information, photos dates to be broadcast will be published in events next year
Becky Ferries a Garden Club member opened her garden ‘West View’ for the NGS on Sunday 1st and Wednesday 4th 2021 I agree with Gareth and if it is open 2022 the cakes are also very good
It is amazing what Becky has achieved in her garden and it is well worth a look. Gareth