Gardening enthusiasts will have a chance to visit one of Surrey’s finest gardens, and support Transform at the same time, with a Garden Open Day at Dunsborough Park in Ripley on Saturday 31 May.
Visitors to the Garden Open Day will have the chance to support not one but two good causes. Entry fees be donated to the charitable National Gardens Scheme and there will also be teas and home-made cakes on sale in aid of Transform Housing & Support.
Dunsborough Park is owned by the Baron & Baroness Sweerts de Landas Wyborgh. Highlights of the gardens include the collection of outdoor statuary, the unique Water Garden, and the White Garden with its magnificent ancient mulberry tree.
Transform will be offering tea, coffee and homemade cake through the afternoon, with all the proceeds supporting our work with homeless and vulnerable people across the Surrey area.
The garden will be open from 1pm to 5.30pm, with a £5 entry fee. For more details visit www.dunsboroughpark.com
With grateful thanks to Baron & Baroness Sweerts de Landas Wyborgh