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Longworth Open Gardens

 approx 8 gardens open Longworth, near Faringdon, Oxfordshire
Sunday 22nd April 2018
2.00pm to 5.00pm

A chance to explore some of the private gardens in Longworth Village to catch the bulbs and the early summer displays.

We will have a number of gardens open on the day of varying shape and size. We will also be selling teas, cakes and ice creams.

All profits will go to the Hinton and Longworth Education Fund (HALF) which supports local villagers.

Cost:
5.00 per adult, accompanied under 12 are free.

How to get event passports:
Tickets and maps available from any of the gardens which will all be clearly signposted on the day.

Contact the organisers:
Phone: 01865 820 315
Email:

Directions:
Longworth is just north of the A420 between Oxford and Faringdon.

Location:
County: Oxfordshire
Postcode for Sat Nav: OX13 5ET (please verify before travelling)
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