Don’t miss the opportunity to visit Willowbrook Hospice’s award-winning gardens this summer.
The gardens are spread over five acres and boast three Japanese gardens, beautiful water features and more stunning sights you will want to see for yourself.
The gardens are opening as part of the National Gardens Scheme (NGS), a charity that helps open gardens to the public to raise money for nursing and caring charities. Since 1927, the charity has donated £55 million to deserving charities across the UK thanks to the generosity of all of the garden owners, volunteers and visitors.
Nichola Saunders, Head of Fundraising at Willowbrook Hospice, said: “We’re really proud of our beautiful gardens which have been designed to provide patients and visitors with a picturesque and tranquil to unwind and relax. Last year, the gardeners and all our garden volunteers work so hard to maintain and develop the gardens. It’s wonderful that we’re able to invite people who wouldn’t normally see them to come along and enjoy them.”
You can visit the gardens at Willowbrook Hospice on Saturday 18 August and Sunday 19 August from 11am to 4pm.
Entry is £3 for adults and it is free for children. All proceeds go to the National Gardens Scheme.
You can find the gardens on Portico Lane, Eccleston Park, Prescot L34 2QT