724 visitors and £4000 raised at our open weekend

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We were delighted to welcome an unprecedented number of visitors at our annual Open Weekend recently.

We were joined by 724 visitors and raised over £4,000 for National Garden Scheme charities when we opened the brewery and garden to the public on 4th and 5th June.

Brewery owner, trained horticulturalist and National Garden Scheme assistant county organiser for North Yorkshire, Gill Mellor said: “We are always delighted to welcome people to Hunmanby Grange and to raise money for the National Garden Scheme, St Cuthbert’s Church at Burton Fleming and Kidney Research UK.

“Everybody enjoyed the gardens, the great food provided by Field and Forage and the ladies of the church, tours of the brewery and, of course, the beer!”

Hunmanby Grange is also the home of Muddy Souls Events and has opened its garden for 24 consecutive years under the National Garden Scheme. A special event is being planned to celebrate Hunmanby Grange’s 25th National Garden Scheme Anniversary on festival weekend, 2nd and 3rd June 2018.

The National Garden Scheme is the most significant charitable funder of nursing charities in the country, donating over £50 million since its inception in 1927. For more information, please visit www.ngs.org.uk.  Last year, Hunmanby Grange’s open weekend raised over £3,000 for National Garden Scheme charities.


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