|September 8, 2010 9:00 am||to||September 19, 2010 9:00 am|
The Prince of Wales is joining forces this Summer with musicians, comedians, environmental experts and some of Britain’s best known companies to create a unique festival in the heart of London! The Prince is opening up his very own gardens at Clarence House, together with his neighbours’ gardens at Lancaster House and Marlborough House this September.
‘A Garden Party To Make A Difference’ is a rare opportunity to visit these historic gardens. The event will last 12 days, from 8 to the 19 September 2010, from 10am to 6pm daily. There will be a timed entry at hourly intervals with final admission at 4pm.
The event aims to give people of all ages a fun day out while at the same time, via the exhibits, demonstrating the small steps that can, and are, being taken by all of us, interested in building a more sustainable future.
Visitors to ‘A Garden Party To Make a Difference’ will be able to:
• Step into the future with displays and interactive exhibitions about cutting edge green technologies and ideas.
• Visit three fascinating gardens in the heart of London, including The Prince of Wales’ own vegetable patch and rose garden.
• Design and sew bags from recycled materials and display them.
• Taste food and learn cooking tips from some of the country’s top food experts.
• Listen to comedians, musicians and speakers on a rolling performance programme on two different stages.
• Visit over 100 displays and exhibitions.