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Wildlife Friendly Open Gardens 2011

An event in April in Herefordshire
Kingthorne
Herefordshire
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In this 2 acre garden the organic meadowlands, ponds, shrubs, copse and flower beds have been created and are managed with wildlife in mind and the loudest sounds are the calls of the birds.

Accompanied children are welcome as are dogs on leads, and there are garden benches for those who would just like to sit.

Directions:
Given upon booking appointment.

Contact: Mr & Mrs Philpott
Tel: (01981) 540614
Date: Open April to September 2011
Time: By Appointment Only!
Admission:No entry fee, but donations are welcome.

The open gardens are based in the county of Herefordshire and are held by our members to raise funds for the Trust charity.

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