Last updated 6th September 2019

The garden opened through out the Summer in 2019 and closed on 22nd August until 2020

All raffle winners can be seen below.

We had a selection of 12 artists work on display, for sale.

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Click HERE to see a map and parking arrangements. We are right on the Brighton & Hove "Coaster" 12/12a bus route as well!

These were the amazing artists selected to display in the garden in 2019.

The very talented Frances Doherty will be displaying her work in the garden again. Marion Hanson-Smith's amazing glass garden decorations will be displayed in the garden. Katie Green's beautiful mosaic pieces will be on sale at Driftwood too.
Pauline Findlay of Studio Shards will be exhibiting her wonderful fused glass pieces. Carol Olsen will be displaying her highly imaginative mirrors with photos and glass as borders, along with some new outdoor pieces too! Annie McMullan will have her stunning glass pieces on show throughout the garden too.
Paul Cox 's creative garden sculpture will be available too. Celia Chic beautiful range of hand-made shoppers will be displayed in the Summer House A selection of Bob Brill's amazing wire menagerie available too!
Imaginative recycled bird sculptures by Paul Jordan Amanda Haines beautiful ceramic planters and bowls will be on sale at the top of the garden.
As in previous years, we held a grand raffle of artist donated work at every garden opening and sold 900 tickets.

All monies raised went go to Macmillan Cancer Support. Prize winners listed below after they have claimed their prizes.

Other winners pictures and prizes will be posted when they arrange collection, some may not be until mid September.

Jennifer Robinson is handed her 1st prize donated by Mark Glassman. Lady from Lindfield collects her 2nd prize donated by Katie Green. Brigit Dubeau, 3rd price of glass fish by Karen Ongley Snook.
Peter Caddy collects his 5th prize of a triple butterfly sculpture donated by Paul Cox. Liz and John Whitehead, 7th prize of 2 paintings by June Dyer. Carol from Worthing collects her 9th prize, a planter by Amanda Haines.
Mrs Dew, 11th prize of glass flower by Marion Hanson-Smith