BBC presenter declares Seaford mayor’s garden trail open

Natalie Graham, Maria Caulfield and Geoff Stonebanks at Driftwood in Bishopstone.
Natalie Graham, Maria Caulfield and Geoff Stonebanks at Driftwood in Bishopstone.

BBC South East Today presenter and Seaford resident Natalie Graham cut the ribbon at the mayor of Seaford’s open garden trail which took place on Saturday June 20.

A total of nine gardens were open in the town to raise money for the mayor’s charities Seaford Lifeguards and CTLA.

Lewes MP Maria Caulfield joined the opening ceremony.

Geoff thanked all the garden owners and volunteers for their hard work. The garden trail raised £1717.89.

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