July 18th, 2021.

Driftwood Fundraising Group, chaired and run by Seaford resident Geoff Stonebanks, has been organising the Macmillan Coastal Garden Trail since 2012. This year's trail takes place over the weekend of the 24th and 25th of July. There will be 15 gardens to see with five in Seaford , one in Alfriston and nine in Brighton

Geoff’s work, fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support, through the trail and other activities in and around his own garden, Driftwood, in Seaford, has now enabled him to hand over more than £87,000 to the charity, all of which has gone to the Macmillan Horizon Centre in the city.

All charities suffered greatly throughout the pandemic, Macmillan Cancer Support included, so why not get out and support them while improving your own mental health while having a great day out in some wonderful gardens too. A perfect escape from the last 12 months. Dogs on leads allowed in all garden too!

This year, many of the gardens will be serving tea and cakes and some have art and plants for sale too. Tickets are £8 for a day ticket on either the Saturday or Sunday, with children free, purchased in the first garden visited. There is an online facility to purchase day tickets via the web site too. Those who just want to visit a single garden will pay £3 at the garden gate.

All the details can be found at www.macmillangardentrail.co.uk and telephone enquiries to Geoff on 01323 899296.
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