Oh, many congratulations and a big hug to you both!
Thank you Kate – I do feel a little chuffed… 😉
Exciting :-), well done.
When I finally get a chance to visit your beautiful country, In will have to get a copy of that!!
The NGS website has a search facility too
Brilliant; well done! Enjoy it and don’t get stressed.
Thanks Christina – fortunately it is rare for me to get stressed but this is a big unknown so who knows…
I’m sure you won’t. You didn’t stress about your daughter’s wedding flowers and I think most people would!
Whoo hooo…. Have fun. I know the people visiting your garden will have fun.
Thanks Lisa – and like our ‘soft’ opening it is good to share it with other people
Yaaaaaaaaaaay! So pleased for both of you xxx
Thanks Anna, I am quietly chuffed of course…
oh you clever girl, I always knew it’d happen 🙂 big congrats!!!
Thanks Annette – still a bit scarey though!
Wonderful! Congratulations, Cathy!
Thanks Kris, it still seems a bit unreal
How wonderful and exciting Cathy, well done. Will the opening be during wisteria time?
Thanks Sarah – definitely exciting! It might just catch the tail end of the wisteria as it will be about the 3rd week in June when Rambling Rector should be in full flow…can’t have everything!
That’s brilliant – well done 🙂 I hope it goes really really well and you get lots of visitors 🙂 looking forward to hearing more 🙂 lots of love bec xx
Thanks Bec – just like last year after the prelimnary visit by the NGS organisers I am looking at the garden with different eyes now 😉 and you will certainly be hearing lots more references to it before next June!
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