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A place of charm and quiet beauty at city’s Heigham Park

PUBLISHED: 19:25 18 May 2018 | UPDATED: 19:26 18 May 2018

Heigham Park, Norwich.  Picture: Sonya Duncan.

Heigham Park, Norwich. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

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In the fourth part of our photo feature looking at Norwich’s beautiful gardens, photographer Sonya Duncan visited Heigham Park.

Heigham Park, Norwich. 
Picture: Sonya Duncan.Heigham Park, Norwich. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

A place of charm and quiet beauty, the park includes a children’s play area, beautiful flower beds, grass tennis courts, a bowls club, space to walk your dog, kick a football around and explore.

The Friends of Heigham Park is a voluntary group that promotes the public use and enjoyment of the park and its continued conservation, protection and improvement.

Heigham Park, Norwich. 
Picture: Sonya Duncan.Heigham Park, Norwich. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

The six-acre Grade II listed park was formally opened in 1924.

Heigham Park, Norwich. 
Picture: Sonya Duncan.Heigham Park, Norwich. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

Heigham Park, Norwich. 
Picture: Sonya Duncan.Heigham Park, Norwich. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

Heigham Park, Norwich. 
Picture: Sonya Duncan.Heigham Park, Norwich. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

Heigham Park, Norwich.  Picture: Sonya Duncan.Heigham Park, Norwich. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

Heigham Park, Norwich.  Picture: Sonya Duncan.Heigham Park, Norwich. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

Heigham Park, Norwich.  Picture: Sonya Duncan.Heigham Park, Norwich. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

Heigham Park, Norwich.  Picture: Sonya Duncan.Heigham Park, Norwich. Picture: Sonya Duncan.

Heigham Park, Norwich.  Picture: Sonya Duncan.Heigham Park, Norwich. Picture: Sonya Duncan.


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