Hidden gardens opened up for special weekend in Norfolk village
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A Norfolk village is opening up its most beautiful gardens to the public.
Bawdeswell, between Dereham and Reepham, is home to a collection of spectacular gardens hidden behind the houses in the village, many stretching back to open fields.
Sixteen gardens have so far agreed to throw their gates open with the largest boasting three acres of land.
The starting point will at be the Village Hall and entry to the gardens is by programme only, which can be purchased at the hall for £5 per group or family.
Car parking will be available, as well as refreshments, a heritage exhibition and a children's adventure play area.
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The proceeds from the event will go towards repairing the tower of All Saint's Church.
Bawdeswell's Open Gardens Weekend takes place on June 23-24, between 10am and 4pm.
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- For more information visit the website www.bawdeswell.net.