Annual Bluebell Walk for Charity Moves to Syon Park
Walk for Cancer Research on 22nd May
“The Bluebell Walk” is an annual sponsored walk which has been run by the Putney and Roehampton Friends for 13 years.
This year, the Walk takes place on Sunday 22nd May and has a wonderful new venue -
Syon Park, home of the Duke of Northumberland. The beautiful gardens at Syon have been renowned for their extensive collection of rare trees and plants since they were designed by Capability Brown in the mid-18th century, and walkers can investigate the wildflower meadow along the Thames as well as visiting the Great Conservatory and Syon House itself.
Walkers of all ages can join the event to raise money for Cancer Research UK while getting some exercise at the same time! Further details and entry forms will be available from the end of March, but in the meantime anyone who would like to register for the Walk should email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also visit the Cancer Research UK website: http://supportus.cancerresearchuk.org/events/
How to Find Syon Park
* Complimentary Audio Guides for the House included.
Season Tickets for regular visitors, please ask for details
House: March 17th to October 31st - Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday & Bank Holidays (also Good Friday & Easter Saturday) 11.00am to 17.00pm (last entry 16.00)
Gardens: March - October daily 10.30am - 5.00pm November - February, weekends & New Years Day only 10.30 - 4.00pm
Last Admission 1 hour before closing Syon House Ventures and the Lovaine Trust reserve the right to alter opening times.
The Refectory: Open daily for snacks, drinks & light lunches entrance via the garden centre
Disabled Facilities - please contact Estate Office. No dogs except guide dogs.
Syon Park General Information:
Syon Park, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 8JF www.syonpark.co.uk
March 10, 2011