An Evening with Monty Don 1

Monty DonOn Friday 22nd February, Oakleaf Enterprise will be holding a special evening with gardening celebrity, Monty Don.

The renowned gardener, broadcaster and writer will talk about all things green in the sophisticated setting of the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel in Guildford at 6:30pm.

A fabulous auction including prizes from industry specialist companies such as Stihl and Henchman will be held on the night.

Tickets are £65 per person, to include Monty’s talk, a delicious meal, welcome drink, and some magical entertainment.

Funds raised from this fabulous evening will go to Oakleaf Enterprise, Guildford’s charity supporting people affected by mental illness.

Special room rates will be available for those wishing to stay the night.

To book, please contact Tess on 01483 303649, or Clive on 07979802300.

Tickets are selling fast so book now!

More about Oakleaf Enterprise

Up to 125 people a week use Oakleaf’s horticulture, upholstery and IT software vocational training services and there has been a constant stream of referrals from social care and mental health teams since we evolved from an occupational therapy unit at a local hospital, giving much-needed respite for carers and families. Our CEO has over 13 years’ experience running the charity. He has completed a plethora of training and qualifications in mental health and is an accredited member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Having suffered from depression and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), charities such as Oakleaf are close to Monty’s heart.


Oakleaf Enterprise



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  • Mirian Boston

    I love the English gardens. I had one once upon a time in Liverpool. Now I am in Arizona where there is a desert and the cactuses do depress me a great deal. I love the flowers and the colours, the grass, even the weeds because they also have flowers. I miss England very much indeed.