The Cranbury Community will open their gardens for the first time ever as a collective to raise funds for the Canowindra High School P&C on Saturday 10 October between 9am and 4pm. Seven gardens within a 10km radius of the
Cranbury Church will be open to the public in an event not to be missed.
Landscape Architect Catriona Granville, the founder of Central West business Outscape, will give a talk between 12pm-1pm at the Cranbury Hall covering the benefits of a welldesigned garden and the importance of plant selection. Catriona grew up in Cranbury at Garden 1: Belmont, went to Canowindra High School and now lives in Grenfell.
Catriona will be open for discussion to answer any questions you may have or queries about how she may be able to help you in planning your garden. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased on the day or beforehand at Canowindra High School, giving you access to all seven gardens.
Find information at www.canowindra-h.schools.nsw.edu.au, on Facebook or contact Ash Wright on 0427 448 480.
A lunch will be prepared by the Canowindra P&C and available at the Cranbury Church Hall. Morning and afternoon tea will also be served at Garden 6: Rutherfield to aid the Cudal Pre-school.