BARBEQUE AND TEA TENT
On Saturday and Sunday you can enjoy a light weekend lunch in the grounds of St Mary's church, with twin barbeques working non-stop serving Open Garden visitors with freshly cooked hamburgers and hot dogs. Alcoholic beverages and soft drinks are also on sale.
A tea tent is open 12 - 5pm on both days offering a delicious selection of sandwiches, cakes, cream teas and refreshments.
GARDEN TEAS AND REFRESHMENTS
Please refer to your Bramshott Open Gardens ticket, which includes a map with details of the four of five gardens who will be offering visitors tea, cold drinks and refreshments in return for a small charitable donation to support the Open Gardens. In the past these teas have included delicious locally hand made scones, buns and cakes!
The 2012 Bramshott Open Gardens will also host a few stalls for visitors to sample some of our local produce and crafts:
Handcrafts and Objet d'Art
We are delighted that two adjoining houses in Tunbridge Lane will be displaying and selling a fabulous range of handcrafted cushions, pincushions, notice boards and frames, alongside an eclectic collection of garden tools, furniture, and charming, beautifully restored antique decorative items.
Our hugely popular handmade greeting cards, featuring images of Bramshott gardens taken by local photographers, will also be available for sale from the Triangle.
Visit the inspiring Bramshott allotment gardens, where the plan is that you will be able to you purchase fresh garden produce and plants direct from the growers!
A donation from each will add to the funds collected for our local good causes.
Plants and produce
Some of our keenest green-fingered gardeners will also be selling cuttings, seedlings, fresh garden produce and home-made treats.