Thank you to everyone who visited Sennicotts Gardens on the 20th and 21st May. Together we raised £2,038, 100% of which will go directly to the NGS Charity.
If you would like to know more about the causes the NGS supports please visit the NGS Website here.
Sennicotts Garden will be open for the National Gardens Scheme on Sunday 20th and Monday 21st May.
The gates will open at 9:30am and close at 4pm.
Entry costs £4 per adult. Children under 16 go free. All proceeds from ticket sales go the NGS Charity.
We will also be selling teas, coffees and homemade cake. Again all proceeds from ticket sales go to the NGS Charity.
Everyone is welcome. Parking is free.
Additional information can be found on the NGS website here.
We look forward to seeing you.
Where else today can you get a cup of the finest single origin Colombian coffees, freshly roasted, for £1.50. Where 100% of the sale price goes to charity and which you can enjoy in 5 acres of private garden surrounded by the scent of roses in the very best weather Europe can produce? Simple answer: Sennicotts near Chichester, open for the National Gardens Scheme from 9:30am to 4pm. Entry £4 for adults. Just to be clear – ALL proceeds go to charity.
For three days in 2017 Sennicotts Gardens will be open to the public for the National Gardens Scheme.
Monday 19th June 09:30-16:00
Tuesday 20th June 09:30-16:00
Wednesday 21st June 09:30-16:00
£4 entry per adult. All proceeds will go to charity.
This year we are exceptionally excited to be able to offer you freshly roasted, single origin coffee from Edgcumbes. If you haven’t tasted Edgcumbes’ teas and coffees before you are in for a unexpected treat. Once again all proceeds from the sale of tea, coffee and cake will go directly to charity.
If you want to know just how good Edgcumbes coffee is do visit their website www.edgcumbes.co.uk or better still come and visit us and taste for yourself.
Monday 19 June, Tuesday 20 June, Wednesday 21 June (9.30am – 4pm) we will be open for the National Gardens Scheme. Admission will be £4.00, children free. Coffee and home-made teas in the walled garden.
There may be sheet ice on the ground but even the harshest of winter days gives us things to be thankful for
Beautiful crisp morning today and we found the perfect job to get stuck into: a manure run.
Four trailer loads getting on for a ton each, loaded and unloaded by hand ensured no one got cold.
We debated the relative benefits of one man and his tele handler vs three men and their forks. The three men won by virtue of the exercise, fresh air, community, tidiness and lower environmental impact.
Thank you Suzi Baldwin and Hollywater Hens for our 8 new friends:
- 2 x Hybrid Blues
- 2 x Hybrid Light Sussex
- 2 x Hybrid Skylines
- 1 x Pure Breed Wheaten Moran
- 1 x Pure Breed Hollywater