Roses are some of the best loved performance plants in the garden -- perfect for flower and fragrance. At Dorothy Clive they can be seen growing in mixed borders all along the Hillside Garden, looking fabulous at the end of June and through July.
Local cook Charles Pratt and owner of Drayton House Dining
On Sunday the 21st July we will be holding an event called 'A Quintessential Summer's Day' we will have a display of Vintage Cars on the Paddock, a Dog Show " small charge for entry to each category, and the Tearoom will be serving Afternoon Tea.
Parkinson's UK will be here with a tombola and we will also be welcoming the Shropshire and Borders Greyhound Trust.
We will also have a tree themed trail around the Garden.
Entry to this event is £5 per person, £2 for aged 5-17 and 0-4's and members are free of charge. Dogs are free please keep on a lead.
THIS IS A SPECIAL FUNDRAISING EVENT.
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