Garden trail will raise funds for Seaford mayor’s charities

Gardeners taking part in the Seaford mayor's garden trail
Gardeners taking part in the Seaford mayor's garden trail

The mayor of Seaford’s Open Garden Trail will be officially opened by BBC South East Today presenter Natalie Graham on Sunday June 21 at 11am.

She will be joined by Seaford mayor Dave Argent and Lewes MP Maria Caulfield, who will be at Driftwood in Bishopstone for the event launch.

The trail has been organised by Driftwood owner Geoff Stonebanks and sponsored by Steve and Sava from Pomegranate.

CTLA have generously arranged a free hourly courtesy bus for all residents to get to the nine private gardens with ease if they do not have their own transport.

The timetable will be in each garden and is available on the trail website

Teas and light lunches available will be available at some of the gardens. There will be a grand raffle to win £100 gardening vouchers, £50 to spend in Pomegranate and bottle of bubbly.

Tickets to see all nine gardens around the Seaford area cost just £6.

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