Lussorian knows all about the delights of charming manor hotel in Sussex, Gravetye Manor and in particular its wonderfully impressive gardens.
The gardens were created by Gravetye Manor`s most notable resident, the pioneering gardener and writer William Robinson. To honour Robinson`s 175th birthday, on Saturday 6th July, Gravetye Manor will transform itself into a glorious country fete setting with local Sussex Morris dancers, flower-arranging demonstrations and innovative gardening talks by Head Gardener Tom Coward.
Freshly cut flowers and potted plants, Gravetye Manor jams and delicious country produce will also be available to purchase throughout the day.
Tickets for Gravetye Manor`s William Robinson Festival cost £15 per person and includes:
Access to the Gravetye gardens
Tea and cake
Gardening talks and flower-arranging demonstrations
Automatic entry into the prize draw with the opportunity to win a complimentary dinner for two at Gravetye Manor
All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Gravetye Manor`s chosen charity, The Chestnut Tree House Children`s Hospice. The William Robinson Festival will be open for guests between 10am and 4pm on on Saturday 6th July.
Various lunch options will be available throughout the day. Pre-booking is highly recommended
For further information or to book a table for lunch please visit gravetyemanor.co.uk
or Tel: 01342 810 567.
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