Join UCEP for a charity afternoon tea at the beautiful Bates Green Gardens on Wednesday 13th September.
UCEP is a not-for-profit charitable organisation, set up to pay school fees and provide associated support for children from disadvantaged families in communities in West Africa. You can find out more about their work here.
Bates Green Gardens is an RHS Partner Garden, which was designed and planted by the late Carolyn McCutchan over a period of many years from 1968. The tranquil 1.5-acre garden surrounds the farmhouse, which was originally a gamekeepers cottage built circa 1814. The 5.5-acre Wildflower Meadow with its mown paths and seating allows visitors to relax and observe the diversity of flora and fauna within. You can see more about the Gardens here.