Monday 20 June 2022

18:30

Midsummer Celebration at Kew Gardens

Joyous Summer Gathering

Pi’s Midsummer Celebration in the glorious Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The drinks reception, in the rose garden, will be followed by a tour of the iconic Palm House and of the artistic installations that explore the future of food which are part of the Forever Food summer event. Please bring partners/spouses/children over the age of 16.

 

Kew Gardens
UNESCO World Heritage Site

Kew Gardens dates back to 1840 when the gardens were first adopted as a national botanical garden. Today they cover 300 acres, are home to over 27,000 species of plants and employ over 300 scientists working to help avert biodiversity loss and develop nature-based solutions to some of our biggest global challenges.

Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens dates back to 1840 when the gardens were first adopted as a national botanical garden. Today they cover 300 acres, are home to over 27,000 species of plants and employ over 300 scientists working to help avert biodiversity loss and develop nature-based solutions to some of our biggest global challenges.

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