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NATIONAL GARDEN SCHEME - HAMPSHIRE


In 2018 the National Garden Scheme Trustees voted a grant of £85,000 to make a major contribution to a brand-new Outdoor Learning Centre for Treloar’s, the Hampshire school and college that enables education for disabled children.

In July 2021 the new centre was opened by Treloar’s Patron, Alan Titchmarsh who said, “It was such an honour to be there and to be part of it. Outdoor learning is vital for our health as individuals and as a community, and Treloar’s are a wonderful example of how that connection with nature can be achieved and how it benefits us all. I hope the garden thrives.”


This really shows the NGS “at work”. At Treloar’s they concentrate on the students ability - not their disability. To read the full report click on the link

https://ngs.org.uk/treloars-new-outdoor-learning-centre-opened/

We are now coming to our final gardens for 2021, which are opening during September, to raise those vital funds for our deserving charities. All are within 20 miles of Chineham

BERE MILL: London Road Whitchurch RG28 7NH

https://ngs.org.uk/view-garden/19432

Opening: Sunday 12th September: 1pm to 5pm

Admission: £7.50 children free BOOKING ESSENTIAL: Click on link above for details. Now available to book.

Refreshments: Home-made teas

On the Upper Test with water meadows and wooded valleys, this garden offers herbaceous borders, bog and Mediterranean plants, as well as a replanted orchard and two small arboretums. Back in the day the working mill was wherePortals first made paper for the Bank of England in 1716 https://ngs.org.uk/view-garden/19432

BRAMDEAN HOUSE Alresford SO24 0JU

Open: Sunday 12th September 2pm to 4pm

Admission: £7.50 children free

Refreshments: Home-made teas

Beautiful 5-acre garden best known for its mirror image herbaceous borders. A large and unusual collection of plants and shrubs giving year-round interest. 1 acre walled garden featuring prize-winning vegetables, fruit, and flowers. Small arboretum.

https://ngs.org.uk/view-garden/3145

I am pleased to say that the second half of 2021 has been very busy with garden visitors, despite - in some cases - the dire weather. We now start planning for 2022!!

Best Wishes

Pat Beagley (Publicity)

National Garden Scheme - Hampshire

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