Bosham Gardens Open Day Sunday, 11th June 2017
Bosham, Chichester, West Sussex - 11am to 5pm
This well-established biennial event offers a rare opportunity to visit many private gardens in and around Bosham Village.
Whatever your gardening interests, there is something of interest for everyone:
Entry cost: £7.00 per adult. Children under 14 go free. No dogs except assistance dogs allowed in the gardens.
For further information, please contact any one of the Open Gardens Committee:
Rosalind Bowen: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lucinda Hitchings: email@example.com
Cass Macpherson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rosemary Hanbury: email@example.com
Refreshments will be available in some gardens.
You can also eat at any of the following places in Bosham (please check food times):
Anchor Bleu 01243 573956
Berkeley Arms 01243 573167
Bosham Walk 01243 572475
Breeze Café 01243 572697
Marwick's Brasserie 01243 578599
White Swan 01243 696465
Tickets available from May 2017 at Bosham Co-op (Delling Lane), Hilliers Garden Centre and Luscombes Newsagent; or in all participating gardens and from Bosham Car Park on the day.
Shuttle bus from Bosham public car park to Bosham Hoe. 11:45am-4:30pm.
Bosham is situated about four miles west of Chichester. Head into Bosham village from the A259 and follow signs to the main Car Park at PO18 8HU. Please note that this is a Pay and Display car park.
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