Gardening talk for Sue Ryder charity

Gardening talk for Sue Ryder charity

Catch up with news from the wonderful garden of former Gardeners’ World presenter Geoff Hamilton, thanks to his son Nick

Barnsdale the TV Years is the title of a talk to be held on Thursday, May 7 in the Great Hall at the Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice, Peterborough. Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

If you were an avid viewer of Gardeners’ World when it was presented by Geoff Hamilton, you can join his son Nick for a very entertaining look at the second half of the Barnsdale story while raising money for this incredibly worthwhile and essential charity.

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Nick will take you on a journey, using stunning photographs and very personal and unknown stories, from the day Barnsdale Gardens was passed to him right through 24 years of hard work, development and fun. It really doesn’t matter if you’ve been to Barnsdale several times or not at all – you’re still going to find out lots you never knew! Geoff became a national treasure, so who better than his son to fill you in on how his wonderful garden has progressed – all those bits you never knew, but would love to find out.

What better way to do your bit for people living with terminal cancer than with a fun and enjoyable evening? Nick is giving his time and expenses for free, so all the monies raised from this event will go to the Thorpe Hall Hospice.

Your ticket also entitles you to a glass of wine on arrival.

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Tickets (£20 each) are only available from Barnsdale Gardens (www.barnsdalegardens.co.uk) and not from Sue Ryder, even though the event is held at the Thorpe Hall Hospice. To buy your ticket(s), click on the link below:

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