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Carers Week 2024: Free Garden Entry for Carers

Monday 10th – Sunday 16th June 2024 marks Carers Week, and we’re delighted to be taking part at Tremenheere, offering free garden entry for carers and those they care for.

We’re proud to show our support by continuing to offer carers free year round entry into the Sculpture Gardens (when visiting with the person they care for) and during Carers Week (10th-16th June), free entry to those they care for, to relax and enjoy Tremenheere’s exotic and sub-topical planting and intriguing artworks, including David Nash’s Black Mound (featured) and the world-famous James Turrell Skyspace.

Carers Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring, highlight the challenges unpaid carers face and recognise the contribution they make to families and communities throughout the UK. It also helps people who don’t think of themselves as having caring responsibilities to identify as carers and access much-needed support.

The campaign is brought to life by thousands of individuals and organisations who come together to provide support for carers, run activities, highlight the vital role carers play in our communities and draw attention to just how important caring is.

This year the theme is ‘Putting Carers on the Map’ highlighting the invaluable contributions of carers across the UK and ensuring their voices are heard loud and clear. Together we want to help increase the visibility of the carers among politicians, employers and throughout our communities. And by raising awareness we hope they will better recognise the challenges unpaid carers face and help them access the support they deserve. Read more.

To gain free entry, enquire at the ticket shed upon arrival. If you have any questions you can email us at [email protected] or call us on 01736 448089 (ext. 1).

The gardens are open daily 10:30 – 5:30, last entry 4:30, no need to pre-book. Click here to learn more about the Sculpture Gardens.

Feature image: Black Mound by David Nash