Laleham Residents Association
Registered Charity No: 262220
  Please Open Your Garden For Laleham Garden Open Day 20th June 2015!

The LRA would like to invite all of you to open your gardens this year for the Laleham Garden Open Day on Sat 20th June!

You don’t have to have a big garden or a specialist garden. Perhaps you have a fountain or a statue or a particularly fine tree? Perhaps you have a little hidden paradise which you wouldn’t mind sharing for just one day?

It helps to have an interest in plants and gardening but it’s not essential. We regularly attract over 100 visitors a year and if you don’t know what your plants are called, they certainly will!

Proceeds go to the Laleham Hanging Basket fund and local charities.

If you have never opened your garden before but you think it might be fun, contact us using the link below and we will talk you through it.

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Cello Recital at All Saints Church

Accomplished baroque and modern cellist, Claire Garabedian will play tunes ancient and modern for our entertainment.

Sunday 26th April 2015. The Performance will start at 7:45pm and will last about an hour.

Venue - All Saints Church, The Broadway, Laleham

There is no charge and all are welcome. No need to book, just turn up on the night!

  Make a Will Fortnight

Woking and Sam Beare Hospices are encouraging everyone to update or make a will.

They are sponsoring a “Make a Will Fortnight” from 13th to 24th April 2015

Local Solicitors and Will Writers have kindly agreed to set aside a number of free appointments in return for a donation to the charity.

Please look into this and contact them as soon as possible as the appointments will go very rapidly.

For more info:- Sam Beare Make a Will Fortnight - 01483 881752

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