Lavender Festival - 7th May - De Vere Wotton House - Surrey.
7 May 2017
The spectacular 17th century De Vere Wotton House, located in Dorking, Surrey, will be hosting a Lavender Festival on the 7 May 2017 in association and raising money for The Brigitte Trust. Everyone is invited to celebrate the launch of The Brigitte Trust’s new lavender pin badge by enjoying quintessential English activities including, Morris dancing, May pole dancing, flower arranging, folk music and craft stalls selling local products. Families, couples and friends will be able to soak in the estate’s beautiful gardens while sipping on drinks and enjoying an English BBQ.
Money raised from the De Vere Wotton House Lavender Festival will be gifted to The Brigitte Trust, an independently registered charity offering free emotional support and practical help at home to people and their families facing cancer, MND, MS, heart and lung failure and other life-threatening illness.
Date: Sunday 7 May 2017
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Where: De Vere Wotton House, Dorking, Surrey
Entry Fee: Free
Parking: Available in De Vere Wotton House’s car park, free
Nestled in 13 acres of stunning Grade II listed grounds, De Vere Wotton House boasts the first Italian garden designed by famous botanist John Evelyn (the inspiration for Crabtree & Evelynn) who lived at Wotton House in the 17th century. Having recently relaunched after a dramatic multimillion pound refurbishment, the suites have been given stylish updates to blend modernity with tradition to create an enticing English retreat. The relaunch also included the opening of the new 1877 restaurant which has become a haven for food lovers, serving mouth-watering British cuisine accompanied by an impressive wine list.