It’s that time of the year again – to kick back and smell the roses at Rose Sunday in Frimley Park on November 6.
For more than 50 years the community has enjoyed the magnificent annual display at the Frimley Park Rose Garden – home to more than 5500 rose bushes.
The garden design is based on that of Kew Gardens in England and was first opening on November 26, 1967 and contains multiple varieties of roses to explore and enjoy.
The event is hosted by members of the Hastings Rose Society who will be able to give visitors advice on growing great roses, and answer any questions.
Bring the picnic blanket and relax amongst the blooms, enjoy musical entertainment, facepainting and pony rides for the kids, coffee, iced treats to eat, and more.
Gates open at 11am.
1 November 2022
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