Sawston Rotary Club’s popular annual charity gardeners’ event will again be held at Scotsdales Garden Centre on Wednesday 20th March in aid of the Scotsdales Charity Foundation and Rotary charities.
The main attraction this year will be Andy McIndoe, Managing Director of Hilliers Nurseries who has won sixty-seven gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show. After a supper and wine Andy will be presenting ‘Behind the scenes at the Chelsea Flower Show’ - it promises to be a most enjoyable evening giving everyone an insight into this famous national event..
Scotsdales will be open from 6 p.m. and ticket holders will be able to shop at leisure and receive a 10% discount off their purchases. A buffet supper and glass of wine will be served in the restaurant from 6.30 to 7.30 p.m. and Andy’s talk will start at 8 p.m. Scotsdales horticultural experts will be available to answer your gardening questions throughout the evening.
Tickets for the event cost just £13 and are available at Scotsdales or by calling Rotarian Phil Cooper on 01223 565260. Tickets are limited so booking is recommended. Any remaining tickets will be on sale at the door.
Simon Lake, President of the Rotary club says ‘this annual charity event always attracts a good turnout and provides a friendly shopping environment, a good meal, glass of wine and an excellent speaker. Thanks to the support of Scotsdales we are able to raise substantial funds for very worthwhile charities’.
Public Relations Officer
Rotary Club of Sawston District