Carers Week 2019 Lunch in The Garden Events 11-14th June in support of Hambleton & Richmondshire Carers Centre
Join us for an afternoon of inspirational talks, Prosecco and a two course lunch at the finale event of our Lunch in The Garden 2019 Carers Week schedule.
Guest speakers include Mrs Margaret Sentamu, Her Majesty’s Deputy Lord Lieutenant of North Yorkshire joined by Stella Exley (Hare Spring Cottage Plants / RHS Chelsea Flower Show Exhibitor) and Josef Faulkner (Mental health professional, campaigner and inspirational ex-young carer).
Guests are invited to arrive for 12.30pm for a complimentary English Country Garden Cocktail in The Cloisters Courtyard Garden followed by a three-course lunch, with the event concluding at around 4.30pm.
The Gala Lunch is our closing event for the week. On Tuesday 11th June, 10-12pm there is a ‘Summer Flowers in the Garden’ Demonstration with Will Gardner from Roots and Shoots Florists in Richmond. On Wednesday 12th June 2-4pm Paul Smith, Head Gardener of Scampston Hall Walled Garden will be giving a talk titled ‘In the Walled Garden‘.
We would be delighted if you would like to attend and tables for the gala finale lunch on Friday 14th can be purchased at £350 for a table of 10 or £38 per person. Tickets for the Tuesday workshop and Wednesday talk are priced at £15 each. Tickets for all events are limited, so please call 01969 621146 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your table or tickets as soon as possible.
The Garden Rooms at Tennants, Leyburn DL8 5SG
To book your ticket or table call 01969 621146 or e-mail email@example.com
Hambleton & Richmondshire Carers Centre supports unpaid carers and the funds raised from this event will go towards providing a Young Carers School Liaison Officer to support children as young as 8 years old caring for a family member, who often feel isolated and unsupported. With early-intervention we can stop the downward cycle these children often face including poor mental and physical health, difficulties at school and the loss of friends.
By providing support and ensuring teachers and other children understand the pressures of caring, we can help them cope better with their caring role and lead active, fulfilling lives, helping them reach their full potential.