Hospice hosts garden party

PUBLISHED: 16:43 06 August 2008 | UPDATED: 15:06 25 August 2010

A GARDEN party with live music is being held in a bid to raise money for a hospice.

A GARDEN party with live music is being held in a bid to raise money for a hospice.

Greenwich and Bexley Cottage Hospice in Bostall Hill, Abbey Wood is hosting their annual garden party this Sunday, from noon until 5pm. The party, which will be held in the landscaped grounds of the hospice, will include stalls selling plants, freshly-baked cakes, preserves, jewellery, collectables and clotted cream tea.

Tickets cost £6 which includes a cream tea and can be bought by contacting the fundraising office on 020 8312 2244.

Car parking is free on Bostall Heath opposite the hospice's entrance. The profit from the party will be used to help provide specialist palliative care services to the residents of Greenwich and Bexley who have a life limiting illness.


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