Garden lovers are in for a treat with the return of an annual spring fair, raising money for medical research.
The Friends of Clifford Craig is holding its annual Garden Fete on Sunday, November 28.
Held at a different garden location each year, this weekend's event will see Arnolds Country Garden in Lilydale play hosts.
Sue Arnold, of Arnolds Country Garden, said that she was excited for the fundraiser to be held on her picturesque property.
"We have four acres out here and I'm in the garden all the time now that I don't work so it's a great place to hold an event like this," she said.
"We've been out here for 40 years and it was just a matter of making sure that the gardens are looking good and neat and tidy for visitors on the day.
"There is a big open lawn space surrounded by gardens that will be the perfect set up for the stalls, which will have things such as bric-a-brac, produce, plants, clothing and lots more."
The Friends of Clifford Craig is a group of volunteers dedicated to raising money for the Clifford Craig Foundation, which supports the Launceston General Hospital's medical research program.
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The much-loved event on the group's social calendar will feature garden stalls, a sausage sizzle, Devonshire tea and scones.
"I have on good authority that the scones served on the day will be delicious," Mrs Arnold said.
Arnolds Country Garden can be found at 153 North Lilydale Road, Lilydale with the event held between 10am and 4pm.
Entry is $5 with children under 16 free. All proceeds go directly to The Clifford Craig Foundation.
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