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Lambeth Palace Garden: Archbishop extends public access

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has introduced regular monthly open days at the Lambeth Palace Garden.

Lambeth Palace Garden: Archbishop extends public access
Lambeth Palace Garden: Archbishop extends public access
Lambeth Palace Garden: Archbishop extends public access
Lambeth Palace Garden: Archbishop extends public access
Lambeth Palace Garden: Archbishop extends public access

In previous years the largest private garden in SE1 has only been open a handful of times each year for the National Gardens Scheme and the North Lambeth Parish Fete.

Now Archbishop Justin Welby has introduced regular monthly open days from March to October and is keen to encourage local residents to visit.

The garden is open from 12 noon to 3pm on the first Wednesday of each month. Admission costs 4 for adults and is free for children.

The entry fee will go towards the maintenance of the building and garden. Tea, coffee and soft drinks are available to purchase.

The garden open day on Wednesday 6 May is in aid of the British Red Cross.

In addition there will be evening openings of the garden on 21 May and 18 June as part of the National Gardens Scheme.

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