Elizabeth Murray at
Llanover House Gardens

Garden Open Day in aid of the Gwent High Sheriffs’ Community Fund

The High Sheriff of Gwent, Elizabeth Murray, is holding an open garden at Llanover House on Monday 4th June from 2pm-5pm and welcomes you to enjoy the grounds and home-made teas in aid of the Gwent High Sheriffs’ Community Fund.

The garden is 20 acres with large lawns for children to run around on, trees to play hide and seek behind as well as streams, ponds and cascades. Thanks to the fantastic weather we have had recently the roses, irises, clematis and rhododendrons have just burst into bloom.

There will be home made teas available to attendees.

Adults £4.50 and children go free. All funds raised from the day will go towards the Gwent High Sheriffs’ Community Fund which works together with the Community Foundation in Wales to make grants to local charities across Gwent which help young people and the victims of crime. For further information on the Gwent High Sheriff’s Community Fund please visit www.ghscf.org.uk

Llanover House is on the A4042 between Abergavenny and Pontypool. All are welcome to come along and see the beautiful gardens of Llanover House. Dogs are welcome on leads.

The gardens are next open to the public on August 25th 2012

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