SEAFORD MAYOR'S OPEN GARDEN TRAIL 2015
June 17 2015.
New Mayor of Seaford, Cllr. Dave Argent, will be at Driftwood on Sunday, the 21st of June, along with new local MPMaria Caulfield to launch the 4th annual garden trail, single handedly planned and executed by Geoff Stonebanks and sponsored once again by Steve and Sava from Pomegranate.
BBC SE Today's Natalie Graham will be on hand to cut the ribbon at Driftwood at 11.00am to set the ball rolling.
CTLA has arranged a free hourly courtesy bus for all residents to get to the nine private gardens with ease if they don't have their own transport. The timetable will be in each garden and is available along with all the other details on the trail website at www.mayorsopengarden.co.uk
The first bus leaves Marine Parade, (opposite Salts Recreation Ground), for Driftwood for the opening ceremony at 10.30am.
There are nine very different gardens to view and teas and light lunches available along the way. A grand raffle to win £100 gardening vouchers or £50 to spend in Pomegranate is up for grabs too, not forgetting the bottle of bubbly.
Cost to see all nine gardens is just £6.00 payable in the first garden visited. All details at www.mayorsopengarden.co.uk or call 01323 89929
Pictured: The garden owners who all met up for tea on Saturday 13th June to finalise their plans supported by Deputy Mayor Rahnuma Hayder. Back row left to right, Dave Roberts, Sheila Roberts, Sue Warner, Tony Luckin, Geoff Stonebanks, Sue Luckin, Debbie Hibberd. Centre, left to right, Jacky Lange, Lee Highley, Grace Attrell, Clare Mayers, Veronica Smith. Front, left to right, Shuria Russell, Sally Attrell, Rahnuma Hayder, Md Ali Hayder, Stephanie Meadwell