Roseland House Garden in Chacewater near Truro will be welcoming people through it’s gates on 19 – 20 June in support of Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).

The garden, which surrounds an old mine captains house, is about one acre in size and features a lot of climbing plants from rambling roses to clematis and many others.

A Victorian conservatory also provides shelter for the tender climbers and a wide range of scented leaf Pelargoniums.

The garden will be open from 13:00 – 17:00, admission will cost five pounds for adults and children will be able to enter for free. Dogs are welcome on leads, free parking is available in the village and most of the garden has good accessibility for those in a wheelchair.

Proceeds from entry tickets will go to CHSW which runs three children’s hospices in the region including Little Harbour in St Austell.

Little Harbour is currently supporting over 140 children, with complex medical conditions, and their families. It provides resilience stays, emergency stays as well as virtual support, home visits, end of life care and bereavement support.

Alice Merrett, Area Fundraiser for CHSW said “We are delighted that Roseland House Garden is opening this June, seeing fundraising events like this returning is absolutely fantastic and we hope lots of people take the opportunity to come and visit this garden while supporting their local children’s hospice.”

Any enquiries regarding this open garden event should be directed to 01872 560451 or