Eaton Hall Gardens

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For the garden enthusiasts the opportunity to visit Eaton Hall Gardens only comes up three times a year when they are open to public to raise money for charity. The Gardens have been open to the public since 1845, at certain times of the year to raise money for a host of deserving causes. Only two world wars, Army tenure of the estate and demolition of the vast Victorian Hall, have interrupted this fine tradition. This year all proceeds will be split equally between, Lady Mayoress Holiday Fund for Children, Human Milk Bank Appeal, Countess of Chester Hospital and 610 (City of Chester) Squadron Air Training Corps. The 88 acres of gardens, lakes, walled organic garden, 400 ft camellia walk, Carriage Museum and Stables, Eaton Chapel, Grosvenor Family History Room and Exhibition Room, Rides on Katie the steam engine all make a day out to be remembered.

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Entrance via gates at Aldford B5130. Eccleston/Belgrave B5445.
Coaches Belgrave Gate only.



The dates for 2009 are: Sunday 12th April, Sunday 24th May and Sunday 30th August from 1.30pm to 5.30pm.



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Address: Eaton Park, Eccleston, Chester, CH4 9ET, UK.
Phone: +44 1244 684400

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