SUNDAY 17th JUNE 2012 BETWEEN 2 – 5 PM AT DAIRY FARM HOUSE, CHURCH STREET, HIGHAM, ME3 7LD

Dairy Farm House was built in 1767 with extensions added at a later date. Many years have been spent restoring this Georgian house and its garden.
The two beautiful yew trees, which can be seen at the front of the house, are probably 300 years old and they lead into the formal part of the 2 ½ acre garden. This has previously been laid out with box hedging and recently standard roses and a rockery lane have been added.

There is also an old mulberry tree which still produces fruit, a cherry plum orchard and a long herbaceous border. The adjoining garden will be open for children’s soft play and a variety of other activities for younger visitors (children must be supervised at all times). Dartford Concert Band will also be there on the day to entertain you throughout the afternoon.
Adults £3, Children £1

So for an afternoon of relaxation come along with friends and family, browse our stalls and enjoy a cup of tea in this wonderful garden. We look forward to seeing you there!

We could not continue to provide the services we have without the support of the local community, if you would like to hold an event to help raise vital funds for EllenorLions Hospices then please contact the Fundraising Department on 01322 221315 for more information.

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