Afternoon Tea with Walton & Allbutt

Terry Walton and Lynne Allbutt will be hosting an Afternoon Tea at Cottrell Golf Club in St Nicholas, Cardiff, Thursday 19th March at 2pm, in aid of Prostate Cymru.

The event promises to be packed with interesting stories, gardening tips and fun.   Come along to this informal social event, meet new friends and enjoy and a traditional afternoon tea, served by Spiros Caterers, the fine dining specialists, at Cottrell Park Golf Resort, Vale of Glamorgan.

Tickets are only £20 per person, including entertainment and traditional afternoon tea. To purchase a ticket contact catherine.felton@prostatecymru.com or call our office at: 02920340029.

Since the age of four Terry Walton has always had the desire to garden. He first started with one plot at the age of 11 and by late teens he was running 10 plots. Fifty years later he still has one plot on the same allotment, if that’s not commitment I don’t know what is. He is known to most as the born again organic gardener because of his strategic way of growing all his produce using natural means of nourishing them.

When retiring in 2001 Terry began to broadcast from his allotment on the Jeremy Vine show on BBC Radio 2. Terry is a favourite with the listeners, sharing his gardening tips and growing experiences.

In August 2012 Terry was diagnosed with prostate cancer, which was a massive shock to many of his family, friends and followers. In March 2013, the start of Prostate cancer awareness month the saga gardening blogger and Radio 2 ‘allotment doctor’ Terry Walton shared the story of the discovery of his own cancer.

Terry is dedicated to helping prostate cancer sufferers within Wales. He is now an Ambassador for Prostate Cymru and is always there to help fundraise and participate in events.

Close colleague and friend Lynne Allbutt best known for her TV presenting, ‘Outdoorist’ and Champion for Mother Nature. Lynne is the first person to run the width of Wales barefoot. Her love of the natural world is inspiring, infectious and utterly uplifting.

Organic vegetable growing, bee-keeping, herbalism, zoopharmacognosy, labyrinth design & creation, stone engraving and animal communication are just some of the passions grown out of her gardening heritage. Lynne also writes a weekly gardening column for the Western Mail.

For more information regarding the event or how to purchase a ticket please email: catherine.felton@prostatecymru.com or call our office at: 02920340029.

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