Charity begins at home and garden

PUBLISHED: 12:35 08 September 2006 | UPDATED: 22:12 28 May 2010

Roddy Stevenson

Roddy Stevenson

The gardens of Florence House in Back Road, Friday Bridge will be open on Sunday from noon until 4pm. The one and a half acre grounds contain a 30-year collection of unusual plants tended by Roddy Stevenson and visitors on Sunday will be greeted by colour

The gardens of Florence House in Back Road, Friday Bridge will be open on Sunday from noon until 4pm.

The one and a half acre grounds contain a 30-year collection of unusual plants tended by Roddy Stevenson and visitors on Sunday will be greeted by colourful foliage, flowers and berries. Home made teas will be available, there is plenty of car parking and the garden is wheelchair accessible. The entry fee is £2.50, children free.

The garden is open as part of the National Garden Scheme and is raising money for several nomination charities including Macmillan, Marie Curie and Crossroads.


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