Turn off the bank holiday sun during a private garden tour that includes wine

Residents who want to enjoy the last summer sun can now hire a private garden to relax with a group of friends.

The personal gardening experience presented by New Zealand wine company Stoneleigh offers the opportunity to reconnect with friends, family and nature and includes simple plates and bottles of Savoncon Blanc to enjoy.

During the park’s moonlight, all those ticketing for a secret escape to the Brighton Garden can book a two-hour parking space for up to 25 people when they donate to Grow2Know. Aim to reunite people with nature in their communities.

Guests can rent this garden in Brighton to enjoy the last of the summer sun

The events are part of the company’s larger campaign to give communities the opportunity to turn land into communities where they can enjoy it. When guests post their experiences, they can enter the details of the land plot they want to see renewed through the “National Lottery”.

Stoneleigh Lucy Berman, director of the wine portfolio, said: “We want to invite nature and wine-loving Britons across the country to enjoy the beautiful city gardens and wines with their friends and family, as well as the community gardens they love. In partnership with Grow2Know.

Brighton Private Garden Tickets are available for August 29 and Bank Holiday Monday (August 30), as well as the following weekend (September 4 and 5).

Stoneleigh is offering private gardens in Manchester and London, Muswell Hill and Hackney to delight visitors.

The company is “returning to nature” by producing more than 10,000 trees for biodiversity projects, producing the new Sauvignon Blanc from 100 percent sustainable grapes.

“A lasting partnership with nature allows us to create our own unique style of wine, so we want to give it back now,” says Lucy.

More than 40 per cent of Britons have visited nature and local green spaces since the Cove restrictions began, according to figures from the National Bureau of Statistics.

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