Celebrate the longest day of the year while exploring the magical Garden House, and enjoy live music, tea and cake, drinks and canapés.
Oasis Project is delighted to have been invited back to the magical Garden House to host a special Summer Solstice fundraiser.
Come and celebrate the longest day of the year on 21 June, Midsummer’s Day; the wonderful Garden House will be open to all to explore between 3.30 and 7pm for a nominal entrance fee. Avail yourself of tea and abundant cake, pop in after work for the Oasis Zen Garden Mocktail, G&Ts & canapes, all at a reasonable prices.
There will also be live music from Guardian-acclaimed local folk band, Hickory Signals and a raffle.
We are thrilled that our new Mayor of the City of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Alexandra Phillips will be attending and even more thrilled that Oasis is one of her chosen charities for 2019/20.
All proceeds go to Oasis Project supporting women, children and families across Brighton & Hove and East Sussex affected by substance misuse. www.oasisproject.org.uk
£3 entry (kids free)
Date: Friday June 21, 3.30pm to 7pm
Location: The Garden House, 5 Warleigh Road, Brighton BN1 4NT