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Willesden Green to host charity garden event on Sunday

PUBLISHED: 06:00 22 June 2016

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, Willesden

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, Willesden

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A couple from Willesden Green are opening up their beautiful garden for the second time this year to raise money for charity.

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

Chris and Miranda Mason are inviting the public to their event this Sunday at 208 Walm Lane from 2pm - 6pm.

The Parklife Singers are returning to sing their hearts out with other music planned throughout the afternoon.

There’s tea, homemade cake and Pimms, raffle prizes and a children’s quiz.

This is the tenth year the couple are opening their garden through the National Gardens Scheme.

Chris and Miranda Mason's charitable Open Garden event at their home in Walm Lane in May was a huge successChris and Miranda Mason's charitable Open Garden event at their home in Walm Lane in May was a huge success

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

Mrs Mason said: “Our Open Garden Day at the end of May was brilliant with a really great turnout. We hope that this one will be even better.”

Admission £3.50 for Adults, Children Free


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