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Clarence House ‘Garden Party to Make a Difference.’

Prince Charles official residence, Clarence House, is going to be opened up to the public for viewing for the first time ever as part of a 12 day festival entitled ‘Garden Party to Make a Difference.’

The festival will offer the public a chance to see firsthand how the Prince has turned his garden into an eco-friendly area with improvements such as rooftop solar panels and an eco-system friendly vegetable patch.

Throughout the festival area will be over 100 exhibitions and displays that offer advice to attendees on how to create bee friendly gardens, construct green homes, and reduce dependence on electricity.  Live performances from many well known musicians, comedians, and campaigners will also liven the mood while informing the public on the important issue of climate change.

Kevin McLoed is scheduled to demonstrate several different eco-cars, Alan Tichmarsh will give an instructional speech on organic gardening, and Dame Vivenne Westwood will be on the stage to discuss how clothes can be recycled.

Those in attendance will not only get the coveted chance to tour the gardens at Clarence House, but will also get the opportunity to walk through the grounds of the Marlborough House and the Lancaster House.

The festival takes place from September 8th through the 19th allowing ample time for Britons to take advantage of the exclusive opportunity.  Tickets are not sold out yet although they are selling by the thousands every day so it is to your advantage to purchase now.



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