Glorious Somerset Gardens | St Margarets Hospice Care


The return of St Margaret’s Hospice Care’s Glorious Somerset Gardens!

More than a dozen stunning gardens are opening to visitors this summer in aid of St Margaret’s Hospice Care.

The charity has just launched its 2021 Glorious Somerset Gardens season, which kicks off with gardens on Monday, May 17, and runs until the end of July 2021. The hospice’s green-fingered supporters have taken lockdown in their stride and have spent months getting their gardens ready and Covid secure for the summer.

St Margaret’s 2019 Glorious Somerset Garden’s campaign raised over £23,000 for the hospice and they hope to raise more funds this year so they can continue to care for patients and their families facing a life-limiting illness in Somerset.

Kara Frampton, co-coordinator of Glorious Somerset Gardens, said: “Here at St. Margaret’s Hospice we know how important our gardens are to the health and wellbeing of our patients and their families, providing places of relaxation as well as reflection.

“For years, our loyal gardeners have been opening their gardens to raise funds for us and this year is no different. Our supporters have also stood by us in the face of Covid-19 so this year we wanted to give something back by offering more than a dozen amazing gardens for the community to visit, including walled gardens, steep woodlands, and many stunning gardens with beautiful views. There is something to interest everyone.

“Every donation made will help us continue to provide compassionate care to patients and their families, when it matters most.”

Full details of locations, opening dates and admission prices can be found in the Glorious Somerset Gardens 2021 brochure, available from St. Margaret’s Hospice shops, selected local garden centres and tourist information centres or via the hospice’s website:


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