The Reader’s Charity Auction for a visit to The Royal Gardens at Highgrove
We're delighted to announce an exciting opportunity to bid for a visit to The Royal Gardens at Highgrove with supper, an overnight stay AND raise money for The Reader in the process!
Thanks to the huge kindness of our friend Steve Kingshott who donated this to The Reader, we are holding a charitable auction for this spectacular experience which includes two tickets for a tour of Highgrove's private gardens, supper and an overnight stay at The Ormond at Tetbury.
This two-hour tour of the gardens begins at 5.30pm on Friday 28 July followed by a two-course supper served in the Orchard Restaurant. The Ormond at Tetbury is a traditional Cotswold coaching inn that has welcomed travellers since the 17th century. Visitors can expect a warm and friendly welcome on their overnight stay on the evening of 28 July.
The auction is now open!
Bids close at 5pm on Monday 24 July. All the money raised will support our work to build stronger communities through Shared Reading.
About The Royal Gardens at Highgrove
Developed by HRH The Prince of Wales over the last 37 years, the gardens at Highgrove are opened annually between April and October for visitors to share the enjoyment of this much-loved inspirational setting.
The series of interlinked organic gardens reflect The Prince's deep commitment to sustainability and natural artistic ability. A haven for a rich variety of flora and fauna, this gardens have been developed to please the eye and offer a time and place in harmony with nature.
“One of my great joys is to see the pleasure that the garden can bring to many of the visitors and that everybody seems to find some part of it that is special to them.”
HRH The Prince of Wales
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