The Garden Gadabout sees over 60 private gardens and community spaces in Brighton & Hove and the surrounding areas, open to the public on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd June, Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th June 2014. The Garden Gadabout is one of the largest open garden schemes in the South. The event raises money for The Sussex Beacon, a charity for men, women and families who are affected by HIV. The Sussex Beacon helps people to manage the everyday realities of living with this life-long condition. If you would like to open your garden please get in touch with Cath Mattos from The Sussex Beacon firstname.lastname@example.org
The Garden Gadabout is a well-established and well-loved community event. The garden owners and community spaces taking part, open and share their gardens as well as their enthusiasm and passion for gardening with the public. Entrance to the garden is via a one day ticket £6 (advance), £7 (on the day) or a weekend ticket £10 (advance), £12 (on the day) providing entry to all the gardens across all the trails. Information and tickets can be found at www.sussexbeacon.org.uk/gardengadabout
Advertising and Sponsorship opportunities available with The Garden Gadabout 2014
We produce 10,000 A5 brochures, and each brochure has a shelf life of 6 – 8 weeks, available from early May. The brochure is referred to for planning visits to the gardens and on the day to visit the gardens.
It is often seen by several readers throughout this period, and we estimate that around 20,000 people will view the brochures. The Garden Gadabout brochure is a free publication, eagerly anticipated by visitors to the event. The 32 page A5 brochure is beautifully designed and provides a great opportunity to advertise your business. We have a targeted distribution list throughout Brighton & Hove and the surrounding areas, and is also available in all the open gardens.