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Open Gardens - British Red Cross Bedfordshire

Posted on January 29, 2009

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British Red CrossDo you know the difference between a rose and a radish?

Would you like to show others your pride and joy?

Would you enjoy meeting other, like minded people, whilst raising money for the British Red Cross Bedfordshire?

If so British Red Cross need you and your garden.

British Red Cross Bedfordshire are looking for new gardens to take part in our Open Gardens 2009 scheme.

Gardens do not have to be huge and they would only be open for half a day in the summer.

If you feel you can help by opening your garden in 2009, or would like further information, then please call Julie Allum, Senior Fundraiser on 01582 589083 or email [email protected]

Alternatively, if you would like to help at other British Red Cross Open Gardens within Bedfordshire in 2009, please let me know.

This is a great way to make new friends at the same time as raising valuable funds for the British Red Cross.

The British Red Cross Society Incorporated by Royal Charter 1908 Registered Charity number 220949

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November 28, 2009, debbie green says:

a nice warm friendly inviting article

i liked it straight away

my friend lives in dunstable and the summer we like to see open gardens , (she doesn't drive so she's a bit restricted , )but i have access to a car , so in the spring, if you get any details of open gardens please let me know.

incidentally i came across you as somewhere or other i picked up a leaflet open gardens hertforshire, BRC


and seasons greetings

debbie green

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