After a break of two years, Faversham Open Gardens returned on Sunday 26th June.
Rotarian Sue Hoey has taken part in Open Gardens before, but this year she decided that she’d like to offer refreshments as well.
Several Club members, together with family and friends, set about baking scones, cakes and meringues to tempt the visitors. Tea, coffee and soft drinks were available too, with Club members taking it in turns to “man the café” in Sue’s kitchen!
The garden looked fabulous and people were full of praise for how lovely it was. “A hidden gem” was a phrase used by more than one visitor.
The English summer weather couldn’t have been better and an amazing number of people came through the gate to enjoy the beautiful colourful garden created by Sue and her late husband Michael.
Many visitors took the opportunity to sit and soak up the atmosphere while enjoying their tea and cake. Thanks to their generous donations £400 was collected which Faversham Rotary will put to good use supporting local projects.