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Bravehound mascot Gwyneth

Bravehound Scotland’s Gardens Scheme July 2019

With thanks to all the regular garden and catering team and to Scotland’s Gardens Scheme for all their hard work in preparation and of course on the day too. To Ria and Eddie too, thanks for bringing your fabulous sculptures for our craft sale on the day. A gentle walk, a plant purchase or two, and then afternoon tea in the BRAVEHOUND Centre… lovely!

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Bravehound Scotland’s Gardens Scheme 2019

lady with wood carvings

Bravehound Scotland’s Gardens Scheme 2019

Ria at our wood carvings craft stall on Open Garden Day. The wonderful work here was carried out by Ria, Eddie, Peter, and also Allen who manages the woodwork shop at the BRAVEHOUND Centre. They all are wonderful! Please do send us a message if you would like to have one of these in your home

Bravehound Scotland’s Gardens Scheme 2019

Tea for two? Strawberry tarts, lemon drizzle, orange drizzle, coconut cookies, granola, chocolate spongecake, freshly baked scones with cream and jam – so freshly baked you have to wait till they cool a bit so that the cream doesn’t run off! yum! I have it on very good authority that the array of mouth-watering delights was lovingly made by Pamela, Tam, and Ali. Our happy thanks for the feast!

man woman and dog

Bravehound Scotland’s Gardens Scheme 2019

Scotland’s Gardens Scheme help open gardens across Scotland to raise money for charities, big and small. Scotland’s Gardens Scheme was founded in 1931 to raise money for the Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland, to help support the Queen’s Nurses, before the creation of the National Health Service. Their charitable support has expanded over the years but their love of gardens has remained constant.


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Railway Court | Lennoxtown | Scotland G66 7LL

Telephone: 0141 739 8940

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