All dressed up and somewhere to grow...

By Jon Walker   |   Senior reporter   |
Friday 24th June 2022 2:09 pm
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Liss Triangle Centre is hosting Open Gardens day in the village this Sunday (June 26).

From 10am to 5pm, 15 gardens across Liss, Farther Common, Liss Forest and Rake will be open to the public, in a bid to raise funds for local causes.

Entry is £5 and includes a programme with full details and map of gardens.

There is also a hop-on, hop-off minibus that will take visitors to and from some of the outlying gardens. All-day tickets cost £2.50.

Programmes and bus tickets can be bought from The Triangle before or on the day.

Refreshments will also be on offer all day at The Triangle, where a selection of home-made sandwiches, cakes and hot and cold drinks will be available.

Manager Karen Feeney said: “There are all sorts of lovely gardens to visit – and the refreshments will be lovely too.”

The Triangle Centre cinema is also up and running again regularly and the film for July will be Operation Mincemeat.

Dates are July 16 (7pm to 10.30pm) and July 17 (2pm to 5.30pm) and tickets are £6.

There will be a bar and local ice creams will be on sale.

For Open Gardens and cinema details visit the website at

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