News & EventsCelebrating National Afternoon Tea Week
From 14 August, we'll be celebrating National Afternoon Tea Week. Here's some of our top team-time treats on the Square
If you’re about on Saturday 7 April, why not visit one of Chelsea’s hidden gems, just a stone’s throw away from Duke of York Square, Cadogan Place South Garden. Spend the afternoon enjoying nature’s magic and tuck into homemade cakes and biscuits – all in aid of charity.
The National Garden Scheme sees beautiful private gardens being opened to the public nationwide for exceptional causes, with entrance fees going to their chosen charities. There will be a delicious selection of freshly made cakes and biscuits to enjoy whilst in this beautiful garden which will be sold in aid of the Kensington & Chelsea Foundation.
The garden itself originates all the way back to 1777 containing many beautiful plants and trees, including a rare 300 year old Mulberry tree. Where better way to welcome in spring than surrounded by nature and helping fantastic causes, only a few steps away from the Square. Further information can be found here.
The garden will be open from 10am – 4pm.
Address: Cadogan Place South Garden, Sloane Street, London SW1X 9PE
See you there!