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The Garden Gadabout

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On Sundays in early July, many private gardens in Brighton and Hove open their doors to the public to raise funds for a local charity. It is Brighton’s biggest garden festival, and a chance to see some real creativity. Carol Klein of Gardeners World is patron of the event: "this is a real celebration of all kinds of vibrant green spaces you’ll find in and around the city".


Gardens all over Brighton and nearby Sussex towns/villages East Sussex. Please see website for more details or call the Garden Gadabout helpline: 01273-645691.

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