Tea, scones and pleasant surroundings made for a successful day at Strathmore Garden.
The garden fundraiser was held for The Royal Flying Doctors Service, the Beaconsfield Volunteer Fire Brigade and Days for Girls.
Strathmore’s care taker Sue Gillon said the day was splendid from the start.
“As soon as the gates opened we had a stream of people come through, it’s been a wonderful day,” she said.
Mrs Gillon held Sunday’s fundraiser after the success of a similar event she held for the RFDS in 2016; supporting Days for Girls and the volunteer fire brigade this year.
As a resident nearby Beaconsfield, Mrs Gillon said supporting the volunteer fire brigade was important.
“That’s a wonderful thing to give up your time go at the drop of a hat off to fires and they are needing more equipment,” she said.
“They’re [Days for Girls] an amazing group of women who sew garments for girls in Third World countries, with the money raised they will be able to buy fabrics to do further sewing.”
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