On 18th September the gardens at stunning Bottom House in Bix will be open to the public from 2pm – 4pm in aid of the Chiltern Centre for Disabled children. For just £10, you will be treated to tea and cake on the terrace along with a personal tour of the beautiful gardens. The gardens are particularly breathtaking in September, with a profusion of pots and immaculate lawns surrounded by borders filled with late summer-flowering perennials.
All proceeds from the event go directly to the Chiltern Centre for Disabled children which provides a range of care services giving disabled children and young people the chance to get the most out of life, whilst giving practical support to parents and families caring for a disabled child. Find out more about the Chiltern Centre and the impact that it has on the lives of disabled children, and their families in this short video.