Tickets have to be purchased on line from St. Luke’s website and should be available soon. Numbers will have to be restricted and entry will be either at 11.00am until 1.30pm or 2.30pm until 5.00pm.
Lunch and light refreshments are available for those purchasing a morning ticket, and light refreshments for our afternoon visitors.
We have undertaken a full risk assessment with St Luke’s to make sure we can offer a Covid secure visit. As the numbers we can safely accommodate are severely limited this year, we hope you will purchase your ticket as soon as they are available. There will be no tickets sold on the day.
It is necessary for tickets to be sold on line so that St Luke’s have contact details if the Government decide charity events cannot proceed nearer the date.
As you can imagine, it is a great deal of extra work to prepare for visitors this year but I am baking madly and will make sure 250 pieces of cake are gift wrapped ready to be sold on 9th May for this very worthwhile charity!
Love Sally and Christopher.
PS If you are not able to buy tickets for our garden there is another opportunity to visit gardens in Brentor on Sunday 23 May when Rowden Farm and 3 other neighbouring gardens, (including Kate Kelly’s) have teamed up.
Update by Sally and Christopher 30 April: There has been a change of plan, so tickets, £5 per person, can be bought on the day and not only online.
The event is on Sunday 9 May at Thorn Cottage, Brentor. You can come either for the morning 11-1.30 (ploughman’s lunch/tea and cake), or for the afternoon 2.30pm-5.00pm (tea and cake).
Please come dressed for the weather, although St E has kindly lent us their marquee for shelter. There will be the usual plant stall, and our lovely friend Jo, is hoping to sing for us whilst we eat! If you would like to contribute to a raflle prize please bring it along too.
There will be orange arrows from Brentor, with St Luke’s logo, to help you reach your destination. Masks should be worn just whilst waiting for refreshments to be served please.