Bosham Gardens Open Day Sunday, 9th June 2019
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: £8.00 per adult. Children under 14 go free. All assistance dogs allowed in the gardens. Dogs on leads allowed in some gardens (marked on route map that is handed out with tickets on the day).
For further information, please contact any one of the Open Gardens Committee:
Rosalind Bowen: email@example.com
Lucinda Hitchings: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cass Macpherson: email@example.com
Rosemary Hanbury: firstname.lastname@example.org
Refreshments will be available in some gardens. See above for lunches.
Tickets available from May 2019 at local outlets (to be confirmed) 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.
This website will be updated with further details as soon as they are available.
Click below for photographs of previous years:
All proceeds will go to The Cure Parkinson’s Trust which was founded by business leaders living with Parkinson’s in 2005. Their entrepreneurial spirit and ‘can-do’ attitude runs through everything we do and that’s what makes us different. Our vision is to help find a cure or cures for Parkinson’s.
We fund and facilitate innovative research and act as a catalyst for improved communication between the entire Parkinson’s community. We are only interested in projects which show the potential to delay, slow, stop or reverse Parkinson’s within a five year period. Our influence is global, and we fund trials that offer the best hope of a breakthrough.
For further information, please go to www.cureparkinsons.org.uk