The Canvey Island Charity Garden Trail is fast approaching with 12 residential and church gardens across Canvey Island opening their gates to the public on Saturday 23rd July 2022. All monies raised will go to CISCA House, which is the Town Mayor’s chosen charity of the year for 2022.
Programmes are priced at £3.00 each and are available now at the following locations,
Canvey Island Town Council Offices, GMD Mowers, Morrisons – at the front counter, Canvey Supply, St. Nicholas’ Church, Nisa Local (Jones Corner) and Sainsburys. Each programme allows one adult entry into all gardens, children under the age of 16 are free, if accompanied by a paying adult. Plants, jams, teas and coffees will also be on sale at some garden locations. We would also like visitors to know that in addition to the attractions listed in the programme, garden 3 has some great new additions including a snowman sculpture and ‘moongate’ made from a recycled trampoline!
For more information please contact the Community and Events Officer
on 01268 683971 or email@example.com
Pictured is Town Mayor, Cllr Doreen Anderson, and Cllr John Anderson, with representatives from CISCA House, Doreen and Carol
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I have 3 Hollyhocks over 10ft tall…. can anyone on Canvey beat this?
That photo is taken in the garden of my Mum & Dad’s old house ,back in the day. Have to say the garden looked a lot tidier then as they always had somebody to look after it.
The group are standing on the spot where the’ famous Wilberforce Eagle’ stood for 20yrs.
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