Highly anticipated 'Teddington in Flower' event returns this month after three-year hiatus

By Nub News Reporter

12th Apr 2023 | Local News

Residents will welcome the highly anticipated return of 'Teddington in Flower' later this month following a three-year hiatus enforced by Covid-restrictions (Credit: Teddington Society)
Residents will welcome the highly anticipated return of 'Teddington in Flower' later this month following a three-year hiatus enforced by Covid-restrictions (Credit: Teddington Society)

Residents will welcome the highly anticipated return of 'Teddington in Flower' later this month following a three-year hiatus enforced by Covid-restrictions.

Organised by the Teddington Society, the community group operating to 'preserve and enhance' the lives of everyone living within Teddington, Teddington in Flower provides locals with a fascinating look into a range of beautiful gardens in the area.

On Sunday April 23rd, 12 private gardens and a community garden will be open to view throughout the Spring afternoon as Teddington finally emerges from the winter months.

Local residents Elaine and Keith Lester's display in 2021, a front garden display replaced the Teddington in Flower event during the pandemic (Credit: Teddington Society)

St Mary with St Alban Church will be offering teas and homemade cakes and the church handbell team will be in attendance. Visitors will also be able to enjoy a special display of floral art and tour the historic churchyard. The Landmark Arts Centre will be selling a variety of plants throughout the day for those wanting to add colourful additions to their own gardens.

Tickets are available from TicketSource and are priced at £10, granting you access to all participating gardens throughout the afternoon. Presenting your ticket at the Landmark Arts Centre or any of the 12 gardens can also be exchanged for a map to help find your way around the trail.

A map of this year's Teddington in Flower trail. Those in attendance will be able to purchase their own via the Landmark or participating gardens

All proceeds from this year's Teddington in Flower event will be donated to the Landmark to support the art centre fund plans to plant and open up areas of the woodland garden surrounding the building on Ferry Road.

Kingston Samaritans, which operates as a charity in its own right as well as being part of the national organisation helping those struggling to cope, will also benefit from proceeds of the afternoon to help maintain its volunteer-led listening and local outreach services.

For more information on the 2023 Teddington in Flower event, visit the link HERE

     

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