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Thousands flock to second Brighton Macmillan Coastal Garden Trail
5:30pm Wednesday 7th August 2013 in News
Brighton bloomed over the weekend as hundreds of gardenlovers flocked to the coast for an annual garden trail.
Gardens opened their gates to the public for the second Brighton Macmillan Coastal Garden Trail on Saturday and Sunday.
The trail ran from Brighton to Eastbourne and the 21 gardens raised £5,225 for Macmillan.
Fresh from the 2013 Chelsea Flower Show, gardener Jack Dunckley cut the ribbon at Driftwood to mark the opening of the trail.
Organiser Geoff Stonebanks said: “There was a complete mix of gardens and some were really fabulous.
“The weather on both days was lovely although it was a bit windy on Saturday, but it was a beautiful weekend.”
Brighton Macmillan Coastal Garden Trail is still accepting donations which will all go towards Macmillan cancer care.
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