Huge success for Hook Open Gardens 2015
We had 250 paying visitors to our 11 open gardens and St. Mary’s Church event last Sunday they all left very happy with bags of plants and home baking.
Visitors came from all over Yorkshire and the weather didn’t disappoint us what a beautiful summers day we had.
We raised a magnificent sum of £1000 which will be shared equally between
Hook in Bloom and Hook Gardening Club.
Many Thanks to villagers, volunteers and visitors, local and national businesses for their support.
A few photos from our event….
The horse is of Janet Vitty with “Marble” a Welsh Cross aged 22 lending a hand (well 13.3 hands to be precise!} to cut the grass in Hook village for their open gardens day , Capable of cropping 10 sqm of grass per litre of water it was just a s cheap and a lit less noisier than a lawnmower!!!
Di is manning the Car park awaiting many visitors
Our local PCSO pops in to Hook Memorial Hall & visitors start arriving
(Left) Doug Stewart the BBC Radio Humberside ‘The Great Outdoors’ gardening expert meeting some visitors on one of the open gardens.
Many Thanks to these websites for advertising our event