Stobshiel House Opens Garden
Stobshiel House in East Lothian opened up their gardens to the public as part of Scotland’s Gardens Scheme to raise funds for the Appeal. The event included two evening garden parties for invited guests and the gardens were opened to the public on Sunday afternoon, for a family day with teas, lots of stalls and fun for children. The highlight was an exhibition of sculptures by award-winning artist Kate Denton. All the events were well attended and raised lots of funds for the Appeal.
Three other gardens are also involved in the Open Gardens Programme. They are Park House at Blair Drummond, Tyninghame House in East Lothian and St Mary’s Farm, Fife. If you are interested in opening your garden for charity please contact the fundraising office on 01786 843047.
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- “I have been very lucky to see the new workshops and houses become a reality. It has been talked about for a long time and it is great to see it happen. There has been quite a bit of upheaval along the way and the residents have coped with it brilliantly. However it has all been worthwhile and you just have to pop into Sycamore or Garden House to see that the residents think so too.” (Irene McLaren, Amber House Leader)