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Famous Garden Open for Caring Charities in UK and Burma

National Garden Scheme

Local artists Susan Bennett and Early Hyde invite you to explore a “Cornucopia of Sensual Delights” hidden behind a 1960’s cul-de-sac in Muswell Hill.

Open on 22nd July in aid of The National Gardens Scheme which raises money for Marie Curie, Macmillan, Hospice UK, Parkinson’s UK and more.

On July 29th it will be in aid of KSDP supporting Humanitarian Aid in Burma. This project set up by a  former student of Susan, Stephanie Lee  in her gap year  to help Karenni  refugee .Tragically  in 2001  Steph  was killed in an accident  in  Thailand, aged  21. Her parents continue her work providing schools, orphanages and healthcare.  Moe Bue, a former refugee and now a SRN, will be at the event with a fellow Burmese, to talk with visitors and offer a range of beautiful artefacts from the region.

5 St Regis Close, Alexandra Park Rd N10 2DE

2-6.30pm

ADM £4 Children FREE

Wheelchair access.

Delicious homemade teas, plant sale, open studio, pots, prints and cards

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