Rosie Pope and Catherine Perry, the team behind the Harefield Healing Garden, will be selling unique botanical artworks, greeting cards, and tea towels via a stand at Middlewick House Open Garden, Corsham, Wiltshire on 26 & 27 June 11am-4.30pm.

Middlewick House is the home of Annette and Nick Mason. Their open garden event gives visitors a chance to see their stunning gardens, visit a variety of stalls from garden ornaments and plants to jewellery, accessories and toys.  Visitors can enjoy seeing the farm animals in the fields, with tea, delicious cakes, ice creams and Nick’s famous barbecue all day long.  The event promises to be a fun day out for all the family.

Although the event is in aid of Wiltshire Air Ambulance and the Bobby Wills Trust, as Nick Mason’s son-in-law Tim received a lung transplant at Harefield Hospital two years ago, with the approval of the organising charities, Nick and Annette kindly invited Rosie and Catherine to run a stall specifically in aid of the Harefield Healing Garden which their family has so generously supported.

All the proceeds raised by the stall will go towards the Big Bulb appeal to fill Harefield Healing Garden with thousands of bulbs for Spring 2022.

Whilst measures are in place to ensure that all visitors can attend safely, it will be possible to buy tickets on the door until the maximum number of visitors allowed has been reached so to be sure of entry the organisers advise purchasing tickets in advance.

For more information about the event please visit Middlewick House's website.