By Irene Pryce - 30th June 2018 6:07am
ADAS OPEN GARDENS
This recent event was a great success, due in part to the wonderful weather.
Approximately 400 people enjoyed visiting the wide variety of gardens on display. Many had come from places outside the Village including: Sandbach, Newcastle, Stoke, Yeovil, Oxford and ' somewhere in Suffolk'!
A grand total of approximately £1,800 was raised which will be used to fund future projects in the Village
Many thanks are due to the Garden Owners for all their hard work, especially those who provided refreshments for hungry and thirsty visitors.
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