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Kloof Rotary Ann’s Open Gardens

Don’t miss Kloof Rotary Ann’s Open Gardens on 5 and 6 October, featuring six exotic and indigenous gardens ranging from two-acre plots to small and medium complex gardens, it’s a garden-lovers weekend of fun!

Ludwig’s Roses is on the route this year for you to visit and Highbury Centenary Hall is the venue for tea, crafts, art work and flowers and plants on sale. Wors rolls will be available at Garden 3. Tickets, which include entry to each garden plus refreshments, cost R60, and are available at the entrance to each garden or from Kloof Village Mall Super Spar and Watercrest Super Spar. Children under 12 enter for free. All gardens are wheelchair friendly. To arrive at the first garden from Durban on the M13, take Exit 24 marked Abrey Road. If approaching from the direction of Pietermaritzburg on the M13, it is marked Exit 24, same signage and follow the signs to the gardens. Details: Contact Wendy Scorgie 083 661 7337 or visit www.kloofrotary.co.za

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