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Each year, we make our facilities and our employees' time available for charity fundraising events in the Courtyard on Eaton Park, at no cost to the charities, helping to raise thousands of pounds to benefit our local communities.
For more information on requesting the use of event space at Eaton please visit the Westminster Foundation.
Usually held three times a year during the summer months, Grosvenor’s Eaton Estate charity garden open days help to raise much needed funds for local charities by welcoming visitors to enjoy the gardens of Eaton Hall, home to the Duke of Westminster.
Visiting Grosvenor’s Eaton Estate is also an opportunity to learn more about Grosvenor’s activities and how these strive to provide economic, social and environmental benefit to the local area.
The 2023 garden open days will be held on Sunday 21 May, Sunday 2 July and Sunday 27 August.
Tickets are pre-book only and are available now via Eventbrite.
Please note, no tickets are available on the gate.
To view our access guide click here.
To view our accessibility map click here.
This year’s beneficiary charities are: B-I-R-D, the Brain Injury and Rehabilitation Development Charity, which is dedicated to improving the lives of people of all ages with learning difficulties and brain injuries, Passion for Learning, which promotes and supports the enrichment, education and mental well-being of school age children to motivate, empower and enable them to fulfil their potential, and the Three Villages Project, raising funds for community support in the three estate villages of Eccleston, Aldford and Saighton on Grosvenor's Eaton Estate.