CROUCH Gardens in Seaford will be ‘Open All Ours’ during bank holiday weekend from May 5 to 7.
There will be all kinds of activities with different organisations.
The Exchange Garden in East Street will be open for visitors and plant sales from midday to 3pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Meanwhile the new Mercread Youth Centre will have Humpties plagroup, taster activities in the gym, cakes and refreshments and a bric-a-brac sale on Saturday from 10am to 2pm.
Taster sessions will be held at Seaford Crouch Bowls Club on Saturday and Monday from midday to 2pm.
There will be the making of the Peace Garden by The Quakers on Monday from 1pm to 3pm.
Seaford Town Football Club holds its annual Youth Tournament throughout Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
There will also be first aid demonstrations and more.
Friends of the Crouch is hosting a ‘Cakathon’ on Saturday.
Children and adults are invited to donate a tray of 12 fairy cakes decorated in whatever way the entrants like on the theme of Springtime.
Donated cakes will be entered into a competition with prizes and sold in aid of the Friends.
Cakes must be taken by midday on the Saturday to the Friends’ stall in the landscaped area of Crouch Gardens for judging at 1pm
Phone 07808 964796 for more details.