Events on 1st March 2019

South East England Group Visits Fair

Sussex Top Attractions Events

1st March 2019, 10:00 - 13:00

SOUTH EAST ENGLAND GROUP VISITS FAIR - March 1st 2019 MEET OVER 60 ATTRACTIONS AND PLAN YOUR 2019GROUP VISITS!
The South East England Group Visits Fair organised by Sussex Top Attractions, takes place on Friday 1st March 2019 from 10am to 1pm at Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead. Meet over 60 attractions from Sussex, Surrey, Kent, Hants and the Isle of Wight. Exhibitors present will include the National Trust and English Heritage, castles, stately homes, many lovely gardens, steam railways, wildlife attractions of various kinds, family fun and entertainment, working museums… in fact, so much that’s entertaining and exciting from all over the south east of England, making for some great days out. Parking is free for all visitors and when you visit the Sussex Top Attractions stand bona – fide GTOs can claim a complimentary Trade Pass booklet, which enables two people to visit free of charge a selection of six Sussex attractions for inspection visits. Saint Hill Manor will also be offering free guided tours of the Manor and free refreshments.

Price changes at Wakehurst May 2018

Wakehurst

Ardingly, Haywards Heath, Sussex

1st May 2018 - 31st March 2019

Price changes at Wakehurst May 2018

Wakehurst is changing its day admission and membership prices from 1st May. This will see a slight rise in price – the first for 4 years.
There will also be a small rise in the cost of Wakehurst’s lower band of parking charges.
Wakehurst is part of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, which is a charitable organisation and relies increasingly on self-generated income to support its important science, horticulture, conservation and education work.
Self-generated revenue forms a vital and increasingly important part of the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew’s funding as we reduce our reliance funding from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).

Price Changes:

• Children (16 and under) remain FREE
• Adult day ticket admission will rise from £12.50 to £12.95
• Friends of Wakehurst Direct Debit membership will rise from £25 to £27.50, non-direct debit rises from £30 to £32.50
• 1.5 hours of car parking rises from £2 to £2.50

The new pricing is in line with other similar attractions in the area.
Wakehurst is part of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, which is a charitable organisation and relies increasingly on self-generated income to support its important science, horticulture, conservation and education work.


Price changes at Wakehurst from May 2018

Wakehurst

Ardingly, Haywards Heath, Sussex

1st May 2018 - 31st March 2019

Wakehurst is changing its day admission and membership prices from 1st May. This will see a slight rise in price – the first for 4 years.
There will also be a small rise in the cost of Wakehurst’s lower band of parking charges.
Wakehurst is part of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, which is a charitable organisation and relies increasingly on self-generated income to support its important science, horticulture, conservation and education work.
Self-generated revenue forms a vital and increasingly important part of the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew’s funding as we reduce our reliance funding from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).

Price Changes:

• Children (16 and under) remain FREE
• Adult day ticket admission will rise from £12.50 to £12.95
• Friends of Wakehurst Direct Debit membership will rise from £25 to £27.50, non-direct debit rises from £30 to £32.50
• 1.5 hours of car parking rises from £2 to £2.50

The new pricing is in line with other similar attractions in the area.
Wakehurst is part of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, which is a charitable organisation and relies increasingly on self-generated income to support its important science, horticulture, conservation and education work.