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7 June 2009

Soggy gardens

Rain does its best to deter the Open Gardens event.

Stanhoe’s Open Gardens afternoon in aid of All Saints’ church went ahead despite heavy rain.

A big thank-you to Nigel Wickens for organising the event, and to everyone who opened their gardens; helped to run the raffle, the various stalls and the art exhibition; contributed raffle prizes, plants, bric-a-brac and books for sale; made tea and cakes; and made possible the fine evening concert.

photos: Charles Butcher

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

Damp but unbowed

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

Terry Patterson organised an excellent art exhibition in the church

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

Formality at Stanhoe Hall…

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

…and exuberance at Bramley Cottage

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

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Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

Wet? You bet

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

Plants for sale…

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

…and books

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

Heavy weather ahead, Cap’n

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

Geraldine and Michael’s kiln room was nice and warm

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

Dunkirk spirit

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

The talented Jon Nickoll performs Elvis and Rat Pack numbers

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

Tim Bentinck demonstrates radio sound effects

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

Signing Archers scripts in aid of church funds

Stanhoe Open Gardens 2009

End of a busy day

Update 14 June: Nigel says the money raised in aid of the church now stands at £1,250 and will probably rise a little further – an impressive total in view of the terrible weather.

Posted by: Charles
Posted on: 7 June 2009