POOH House and Gardens in Fittleworth hosted another successful family day.
Eeyore was the third themed Sunday, with organisers saying that each Sunday gets better and better with more people paying a visit.
This is the first time in 25 years that Pooh House has opened the gardens to the public in the summer.
Money raised will go to the Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice.
On Sunday they even had a celebratory Paella on the new treehouse platform, as they enter their 26th year.
The disused quarry has trails and eight gardens in one. On the day there will be refreshments available, a barbecue, live displays, face painting, fancy dress and potty pots.
There are only two Sunday’s left, Rabbit on August 21 and Tigger on August 28. Spaces are limited so you are advised to pre-book to avoid disappointment. If you pre-book family tickets are £6.50 instead of £9.
For more information visit www.poohhouseandgardens.com or phone 01798 865409.