Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Prince Charles opens up Clarence House for an ‘eco-garden party’

The Prince of Wales is opening up his gardens at Clarence House for the first time this summer - with a little help from Alan Titchmarsh, Jools Holland and Dame Vivienne Westwood.

There is, however, a catch. While visitors will have an unprecedented opportunity to relax in the Prince’s London garden - inspecting his vegetable patch and rose garden while they are there - they will also be exposed to a barrage of eco-conscious information as the Prince’s friends, associates and fellow green campaigners tell them how to lead more sustainable lives.



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