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Charity garden event in Willesden Green this Sunday

PUBLISHED: 10:21 27 May 2016 | UPDATED: 10:23 27 May 2016

Chris and Miranda Mason are holding their 10th annual Open Garden event at their home in Willesden Green

Chris and Miranda Mason are holding their 10th annual Open Garden event at their home in Willesden Green

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A Willesden Green couple are raising money for charity by opening their garden for an event this Sunday.

The Parklife Singers will return and perform at the Chris and Miranda Mason's 10th annual Open Garden event for charity taking place at their home in Walm Lane, WillesdenThe Parklife Singers will return and perform at the Chris and Miranda Mason's 10th annual Open Garden event for charity taking place at their home in Walm Lane, Willesden

Chris and Miranda Mason are inviting the public to their event at 208, Walm Lane this Sunday from 2-6pm and again on June 26 for the tenth year running.

The couple open their tranquil and peaceful garden every year through the National Gardens Scheme (NGS)

The Yellow Book scheme supports Marie Curie, Macmillan Cancer Support, Hospice UK and The Carers Trust, raising £2.6m for the charities last year.

On both afternoons the Parklife Singers will be among the musical entertainment. There will be wine available and tea served with home made cakes and sandwiches.

Mrs Mason said: “This is our tenth year of opening our garden for the NGS and we’d like to make it the best yet!”

Admission is £3.50 for adults, children go free.

For more information visit thegardennw2.co.uk

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