Organised by the Teddington Society, the event has been going strong since 1973 and is not to be confused with Richmond Borough In Bloom which will be judged seperately. Map of the gardens is below or download the printable list.
Hundreds will take this rare opportunity to visit the much-loved and well-pruned gardens around Teddington on the day whilst raising funds community gardening projects at Strawberry Hill House and Bushy Park. Refreshments and plants will be for sale in some gardens, entrance fee of 50p per garden.
The Teddington Bells will be ringing at St. Mary with St. Alban Church (Ferry Road) 2-2:30pm and 3-3:30pm. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation there will be a Festival Choral Evensong at 6.30pm after which The Bishop of Kensington will dedicate the 3 pairs of new Jubilee Doors. Councillor Clare Head will be touring gardens from 3:30-6pm and then also attending the dedication service for the new Church doors.