Enclosed with this Journal is a copy of our 2020 Dulwich Gardens open for charity booklet, with details of the local gardens that will be opening this year and that we hope you will take the chance to visit. They are all a great source of ideas and inspiration, as well as raising significant sums for local and national charities. Further copies of the brochure are available in local garden centres and other outlets.

Many thanks once again to Ann Rutherford for producing it, to colleagues on the Gardening sub-committee for help in distributing it, and many thanks to the garden owners involved for their hard and wonderful work.

Coach visit to Polesden Lacey and Moleshill House gardens, Wednesday 17th June

Included in the brochure are details of our annual coach outing, which this year is to Polesden Lacey (National Trust) and Moleshill House gardens in Surrey.

Tickets are £27 each and can be purchased through Eventbrite (www.eventbrite.co.uk - search “Dulwich Society”) or from Terry Harvey-Jones, 88 Chestnut Road, London SE27 9LE (cheques payable to “The Dulwich Society” with a note of your email address and an SAE please). Please note that non-members of the National Trust will need to pay an additional £13 for entry to Polesden Lacey; this will be collected on the coach. No cancellation refunds will be given. Enquiries to Terry Harvey-Jones - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We suggest early application for what will be a popular visit.



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The Dulwich Society - Registered under the Charities Act 1960, Number 234192

The Society’s aims and objectives are to foster and safeguard the amenities of Dulwich, both in the interests of its residents and the wider local community of which it is a part, and to increase awareness of the varied character that makes the area so special.

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