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Broomfield Conservatory open

Wednesday 19 June 2.30pm - 4.30pm

The Conservatory, Broomfield Park, N13 4PZ  

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Broomfield Conservatory re-opens to the public on Sunday 26th May after being closed for several months for repair and redecoration. The volunteers will be gradually restoring the planting, much of which has not survived the lack of light during repair work.

Broomfield Conservatory was built in 1934, but looks older. It has been planted with a variety of exotics and is maintained by a team of volunteers from the Friends of Broomfield Park, who open it to the public on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.

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The Conservatory has been closed for many months for refurbishment and this has had an impact on the plants. Now open again, it looks rather different, but there is still plenty to see.

Admission is free, but our work is dependent on voluntary contributions and these are always very welcome.

Sunday 7 July - Turf Heads - a children's free activity in the Conservatory. All materials provided.
Design and make a head, then plant it with seed. Take your head home to grow 'hair'.

Sunday 18 August - Love Lavender
Come to the Conservatory and make a lavender wand to scent your home. All ages. All materials provided

Sunday 1 September - Autumn Plant Sale - part of the Palmers Green Festival
We will have lots of garden plants for sale. Get your garden ready for a great show next year.

Sunday 8 September - Live Music in the Conservatory
A relaxing and melodic afternoon of singing and guitar with local singer-songwriter Marc Harris.

Sunday 22 September - Live music from Nickie Hart Experience a sense of calm and wellbeing - the lovely environment of the Conservatory enhanced by Nickie's ethereal vocals over piano.

PGC cannot guarantee that all What's On information is 100% accurate. If in doubt, contact the organisers or visit their website using the More Details button.

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