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***TICKETS ARE UNAVAILABLE TO PURCHASE ONLINE BUT ARE STILL AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR.***
Join us at Scannappeal’s first open garden of the season, at the historic Dundridge Manor, an old Tudor farmhouse once owned by Henry VIII. As you approach the house the driveway has an abundant display of daffodils. Go over the moat and drawbridge to explore the informal gardens and enjoy a fun filled Easter day out.
-Easter egg trail with prizes
-Judging of Easter bonnet and colouring competition at 1.30pm
-Opportunity to view the Tim Matthews’ collection of vintage tractors and other interesting vehicles. Suitable for the young and the young at heart.
*minimal but additional cost.
Refreshments will be available to purchase including homemade cakes, hot drinks including hot chocolate, BBQ sausages and Easter treats.
COLOURING COMPETITION YEARS 1/2/3: Download the picture HERE, colour in and bring to the event for judging.
DESIGN YOUR OWN YEARS 4/5/6: Draw or paint your own Easter scene or make an Easter bonnet. It’s up to you.
Bring your paintings/creations to Dundridge Manor on Sunday 2nd April where we will judge them and present the prizes at 1.30pm.
Tickets £6 for adults and £4 for children (under 12’s), ticket sales in advance only.
Notes:- Well behaved dogs on leads permitted and partial wheelchair access to the the garden.