Unique, the rare chromosome disorder charity is holding an Open Garden and meet and greet with staff and trustees at renowned National Garden Scheme garden in Colemore, Alton, East Hampshire this coming on Saturday 17th June.
The Open Garden will be marking the worldwide Chromosome Disorder Awareness Week as well as being a chance to see a beautifully designed garden with lots of interesting planting, garden rooms, borders and water features in an idyllic part of Hampshire countryside. Children are of course welcome.
Unique is a charity that does wonderful work advising and helping families who have a child with a rare chromosome disorder. Unique helps families with information and support with the many medical and developmental issues that can be caused by rare chromosome disorders.
Unique CEO and genetics expert Dr Beverly Searle and garden owners Noni and Simon de Zoete will be on hand on Saturday 17 June 2-6pm with information on their garden, the work of Unique and perhaps most importantly a great selection of cakes and tea as well as plants to buy.
Tickets are £5 for adults and can be bought on the day or in advance at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/colemore-house-open-garden-for-unique-tickets-34118393032.
More details and photos of the garden attached.
Please do share this with any friends who might be interested – whether families of children with special needs and disabilities or keen open garden visitors.
We look forward to seeing you!
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