A number of Bexhill residents opened their gardens to the public on Saturday July 7 to raise funds for a charity which supports local disadvantaged children, young people and families.
The event raised £1,191.52 for the Fellowship of St Nicholas (FSN). Jane Luff, from the charity: said “We would like to say thank you to those who showed their gardens and who attended the first FSN Bexhill Open Gardens event. “It was a great success. Money raised will go towards supporting local disadvantaged children, young people and families through delivery of projects and services.
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