Open gardens raise £2,000 for lifeboat

PUBLISHED: 15:05 22 July 2008 | UPDATED: 09:20 10 June 2010

TUESDAY, July 22: FOUR Budleigh Salterton gardens which were recently open to the public have raised £2,000 for Exmouth's new lifeboat station. David and Jenny Capel-Jones opened their medium sized split-level garden at Granary Lane. Also in Granary Lane was the chance to

FOUR Budleigh Salterton gardens which were recently open to the public have raised £2,000 for Exmouth's new lifeboat station.David and Jenny Capel-Jones opened their medium sized split-level garden at Granary Lane. Also in Granary Lane was the chance to look at Alison and George Maddaford's garden with its stunning views of the River Otter.The herbaceous borders at award-winning Britain in Bloom 2007 White Cottage, in East Budleigh Road, and Margaret and Peter Norman's Boucher Road water features and pond were also displayed. Maureen Chandler of Exmouth Lifeboat Fundraising Guild said the event received huge support.l Anyone interested in opening their garden in 2009 in aid of the RNLI can contact Maureen Chandler on (01395) 278821.


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