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St OSYTH OPEN GARDENS WEEKEND 2013


The Rotary Club Clacton-on-Sea Branch, brought their mobile display unit to The Bury, to sell to residents and visitors the programme for Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June on behalf of the ‘Friends of St Osyth Parish Church’. The programme which cost £3 is the passport for entry to the open garden in St Osyth and Point Clear.


Welcome to St Osyth

Please enjoy the variety of our gardens, including the Allotment gardens (No 2), the Garden Railway (No 15), Alpacas and Spinning (Nos 4 & 7). The Point Clear Martello Museum (Sun) and Greenland Grove Animal Sanctuary will also be open Saturday & Sunday
Please note: Not all gardens are open on both days.
See individual descriptions for which day(s) each is open. You are welcome to use your programme on both days.
Refreshments, from teas to snacks, are available at several gardens to make your day more enjoyable. A number also sell plants.
Friends of St Osyth Parish Church Reg Charity No 1087946

The proceedings from the Open Gardens will be used by the Friends for the maintenance of our beautiful and historic church building and its furnishings. Our most recent expenditure of £13,500 covered the replacement of corroded stonework of the south-west windows, but a similar sum is needed this year for roof repairs. Repairs to a Grade 1 listed building are always expensive! Two monuments in the Church Room also require care and attention, but roofs come first!

The above text and descriptions of gardens, courtesy Mr. Paul Harman of Barnfield.

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Click on any address to see pictures taken at that address on Saturday or Sunday.
Whilst I took 154 photographs of some lovely gardens I have rationed the presentation to two from each address.

1. Robins Acre, Colchester Road.

2. Allotments, Clacton Road.

3. The Old House, Spring Road.

4. Springvale, Spring Road.

5. Briar Patch, Daltes Lane.

6. Tan Cottage, Daltes Lane.

7. Rydal Lodge, Spring Hill.

8. St Cleres Hall Farm, St Cleres Hall Lane.

9. St Osyth Priory.

10. Mill House Tearooms, Mill Street.

11. Barnfield, 35 Point Clear Road.

12. Greenland Grove Animal Sanctuary.

13. 164 Point Clear Road.

14. 161 Point Clear Road.

15. 197 Point Clear Road.

16. 72 Dumont Avenue.

MARTELLO TOWER AT POINT CLEAR BAY.

M.J.T.
1/7/13


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