Jan and Robert Kidd opened their garden and Robert’s 777 Flight Simulator to raise funds for Nardy House. The two day opening raised over $4000.00. The funds include proceeds from gate takings, the raffles of two donated hand-made bird baths, morning and afternoon tea and a sausage sizzle run by Bermagui Lions.
The garden was beautifully presented with its striking entrance, pebbled courtyard, granite boulders and unusual plantings. The spectacular views from the house, where the morning and afternoon teas were served, remind the visitors of our great fortune in living in such a beautiful area.
Nardy House Board members, volunteers and helpers were busy over the two day event. The organisation and the services, offered to people with profound disabilities and their carers, are only possible because of the efforts of people like Jan, Robb, the Bermagui Lions, our volunteers and workers. Nardy House thanks all our helpers.