Norwich gardens open up for British Red Cross
The privately owned gardens at the Bishop's House, Bishopgate, Norwich will be open to the public in support of the British Red Cross.
The Bishop's Gardens, a four acre walled garden with extensive lawns, specimen trees, and a wide variety of unusual shrubs, will be open from 2 to 5pm on Sunday.
Open garden supporter, Monty Don comments, 'I know of no better way of getting inspiration than by visiting other gardens. The programme would be worth supporting if it were only for these good horticultural reasons. But it does much more than that.
The money raised from each open day contributes to the British Red Cross, and teas will be served on the day. There will also be a plant sale
The garden will be signed and admission is �3 for adults, while children get in free of charge.
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