Open Gardens

Every June, Hall Place in Beaconsfield host a special fundraising event by opening up their beautiful gardens to visitors for one afternoon to raise funds for our gynaecological research projects

The stunning gardens of Hall Place, Beaconsfield will open up for a special fundraising afternoon on Sunday 9th June 2024 from 2-5.30pm.

You can enjoy the peaceful grounds of this Grade 2 Listed 18th Century home where the origins of the gardens themselves date from the 16th Century and whose current owners have sympathetically restored the gardens to reflect their Tudor heritage.

Funds raised from this event will support the gynaecological research projects carried out at Mount Vernon Hospital in Northwood. Currently CTRT are fundraising for a study called RaNGO to obtain more information about specific rare gynaecological cancers. The project is creating an anonymised national registry of patients with these rare gynaecological cancers and this information will help doctors to better understand how these rare cancers are diagnosed and managed at present so that in the future they can be more confident about what treatments to offer patients.

With live music from local jazz band BSV, afternoon tea and plants for sale from Smith’s Garden Centre it is set to be a fantastic afternoon.

Children and well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome.