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Join The Friends!



Annual Membership Subscription costs just £3 for an individual and £5 for a family. 


In return you will receive regular updates with information on Events and Projects that The Friends of St Ann's Well Gardens are working on for the benefit of our park.


See the "Get Involved" page to subscribe as a member or alternatively  download our membership form  which you can email back to us, and pay by bank transfer (we'll send you the details).

If you are a UK taxpayer, you can Gift Aid your membership fee - please download a Gift Aid form and return it to us.

Tuesday 14th March  10 –12am  

Big Garden Spring Clean!
Come & help us make the Gardens look lovely!

Meet by the Friends’ Noticeboard.

Wednesday 15th March,

5.30-7pm at the Garden Café

Wednesday 22nd March – 9.30am

Birdwatch Walk
Meet by the Friend’s Noticeboard

Thursday 23rd March  10.30 – 11.30 am  

Wildflower Planting
with Sussex Wildlife Trust. Bring a trowel and gardening gloves if you have them, though we can provide some. Wear gardening clothes / sensible shoes etc!

Thursday 7th April 7pm - 9pm  

Friends' Social Evening with a talk by Philip Morgan.

Diary Dates

Members' event with meal and live music. To book, please join the Friends first, and then book through Eventbrite.


Saturday 8th April -

Friends Easter Egg Hunt
Details to follow.

Saturday 13th May 4.30 am 

Dawn Chorus Walk
Details to follow.

Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th May 

Artists' Open Houses

Saturday 13th May 

Sensory Garden sculpture unveiling /reception By invite only. With BHCC Mayor

Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st May 

Artists' Open Houses

We look forward to welcoming you all to activities in the Gardens through the coming months. Details as always on the Noticeboard (opposite the tennis courts).

New Planting
Sensory Garden








On Monday 25th April 2022, twenty enthusiastic volunteers from the Friends of St Ann's Well Gardens Gardening Group and the Brighton & Hove Volunteer Rangers got busy with the replanting phase of the Sensory Garden update.























The Senses are represented in the planting:-

Taste and Smell - lavender, rosemary and thyme.

Sight - colour blocks of contrasting textured herbaceous plants

Smell - scented wisteria, star jasmine and honseysuckle the pergolas.

The Gardening Group usually meet on Monday or Tuesday mornings. If  you have green-fingers and  would like to join us, email

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