In 2000, four gardens in Danbury opened to the public in aid of Farleigh Hospice raising £822. Three of those original four gardens, still open each year and one of those is Furzlea, which now opens for the coveted National Garden Scheme. Over the years, Furzlea has developed into a spectacular, inspiring garden, attracting visitors from far and wide including overseas.
This year will be our 20th year of opening, with Little Baddow having joined us in 2009. There will be over 22 gardens open on 10th June with a vast array of attractions including homemade lunches and afternoon teas, a beer and Pimm’s tent, live music, miniature railway and many plants for sale throughout the day.
Last year, this day out raised over £10,000 in tickets for Farleigh Hospice so please come along this year and have a fun, family day out.
We hope to see you there!