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Fund-raising Garden Tour To Help Bucks Red Cross

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12:03pm 8th July 2014

Raising money for the British Red Cross in Buckinghamshire, the Open Gardens tour takes place tomorrow (Wednesday 9 July 12- 4pm).

Entry is £3 per person at The Bunch, Wotton Underwood, Aylesbury, HP18 0RZ

Gold Medal winner (Hampton Court) Susan Williams will be offering two tours at 12pm to include glass of wine and sandwiches at £6.50pp and 2pm to include afternoon tea at £6.

Tours need to booked in advance on 01296 739309.

The Bunch was originally five cottages built for the Wotton Estate in 1700. The owners have lived here for more than 40 years and have created a beautiful garden in a delightful setting with unspoiled views of the surrounding countryside. Many delightful features - a pond, an orchard, paddock, kitchen garden.  

Directions - Turn off A41 at Kingswood cross roads signed Wotton Underwood, at T-junction at railway bridge turn left, next left where sign says Wotton Only. First house on the right. Parking in field next to garden or in the road if wet.

For details call Sharon Cooper 01296 739 309 or email scooper@redcross.org.uk

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