School of Garden Design charity breakfast

2017-06-06 06:01
 Photo: SuppliedGetting ready for the Garden Design Charity Breakfast (from left) Chantal Anley, Lindsay Gray, Tanya Visser, Nicole Holder, Allison Ekstrand and Rosanne Griffin.

Photo: SuppliedGetting ready for the Garden Design Charity Breakfast (from left) Chantal Anley, Lindsay Gray, Tanya Visser, Nicole Holder, Allison Ekstrand and Rosanne Griffin.

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THE annual School of Garden Design Charity Breakfast, in association with The Gardener magazine and sponsor, Mpact Recycling, will take place on Thursday, June 29, at the Chantecler Hotel from 8.30am to 11am for an expected 200 guests.

All “green fingers” and nature lovers are encouraged to book a seat for this event, which is now in its 12th year and promises to be another exhilarating installment.

Celebrity guest speaker, Tanya Visser, editor of The Gardener and host of the Home Channel TV show, will take audiences “around the world in 60 minutes” as she showcases some of the most idyllic gardens she’s experienced both locally and abroad.

Tickets are R220, which gets you a morning of great entertainment and enjoyment including a goodie bag, breakfast buffet, expo shopping stalls, an awesome B.O.N Natural Oils gift per lady, an express spa pamper station and loads more. The event theme is “Around the World”, which is centred on Visser’s talk and a prize will be awarded to the best dressed.

The event aims to raise fund and awareness for The Sunflower Fund whose role is to educate and register more blood stem cell donors to give hope of life to patients suffering from life-threatening chronic blood disorders like leukaemia.

For more event information, bookings or sponsorship of prizes and/or goodie bag items, contact Lindsay Gray on 082 449 9237 or email

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