Spring fair blooms in Secret Garden

North West Disability Services is celebrating spring with a fair and plant sale on Saturday, September 13. 

The spring fair will be held at the Secret Garden at the University of Western Sydney, Hawkesbury campus.

Some of the plants available at the Secret Garden spring fair. Picture: Kylie Pitt

Some of the plants available at the Secret Garden spring fair. Picture: Kylie Pitt

Co-ordinator Marianne Farrar said it is great opportunity to buy a range of plants at wholesale prices. 

“The spring fair is an opportunity to add beautiful colour to your garden with loads of spring flowering plants for sale at great wholesale prices,’’ she said.

‘‘Bring the children along and they can meet the resident pigs, chickens, ducks and farmyard animals. 

‘‘There will be a range of entertainment with music, children’s activities, market stalls, tours and family fun.’’

Marianne Farrar leads one of the resident ponies through the Secret Garden, Richmond. The garden's spring fair is on this Saturday. Picture: Kylie Pitt

Marianne Farrar leads one of the resident ponies through the Secret Garden, Richmond. The garden's spring fair is on this Saturday. Picture: Kylie Pitt

Ms Farrar said volunteers have worked hard to produce a garden setting ideal for a family fun day out.

Plants featured in the garden are part of the Horticultural Therapy Program for people with a range of abilities.

The fair will also feature a barbecue lunch and home-made cakes and scones.

The Secret Garden is located in the grounds of the UWS campus, entry via Bourke Street, Richmond.

The fair will be on from 9am to 4pm.

Details: Marianne Farrar on 0414 78446 or Karen Gray on 0428 988 341.

Visit: nwds.org.au. 

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