Kelly House's gardens near Launceston will be open to the public every Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday until 27th June and will be taking the opportunity to educate its visitors about the poisonous plants and flowers that may be found in a country garden.
No pre-booking is required and entry costs £5 for adults, which includes a free takeaway cup of tea or coffee, and children can visit for free. Gates will be open 10.30am – 4.30pm, pre-ordered picnics are available for visitors, and dogs are also welcome to enjoy the gardens.
£1 from every adult entry will be going straight to Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW), which is celebrating its 30th anniversary year this year. CHSW runs three children’s hospices including Little Harbour in St Austell, which currently supports over 140 local children with life limiting and life threatening illnesses and their families.
Zoe Partridge, Area Fundraiser for CHSW said “We are so grateful to Kelly House, who are long term supporters of Children’s Hospice South West, to be supporting us again this year. It is absolutely fantastic that they are able to open their gates and once again welcome vistors into their beautiful grounds.”
To find out more details about Kelly House’s open garden click here