Joint-Chairman David Gold will celebrate spring with West Ham United supporters by throwing open the gates of his Surrey home for charity.
Mr Gold and his partner Lesley Manning will host the latest of their popular Garden Open Days at their beautiful Victorian home in Caterham on both Sunday 1 April and Sunday 8 April. Admission is £5 for Adults and Free for Under-15s, with the grounds open from 11am until 4.30pm.
All proceeds from the family-friendly events, which will feature entertainment, exhibits and refreshments, as well as the opportunity to stroll through the ornamental gardens, will be split between The National Garden Scheme and St Catherine’s Hospice.
Visitors to The Chalet in Tupwood Lane, just a few minutes from Junction 6 of the M25, can enjoy stunning views towards the South Downs and spot the myriad of flora and fauna living in and around the 55-acre grounds.
Entertainment on offer includes birds of prey, vintage cars, the oldest FA Cup trophy and musical and theatrical performances ranging from jazz and classics and big band to barbershop to country and western and songs from stage and screen.
Having worked up an appetite, guests are invited to try delicious homemade cakes, tea, coffee and traditional ice cream. Toilet facilities will be available.
Extensive free car parking will be provided, while visitors are welcome to bring dogs, providing they are kept on leads.
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