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Tenth anniversary of Burlingham Open Gardens

PUBLISHED: 17:15 04 June 2018

Burlingham gardens will be open to the public again.
Picture: Su Ingle

Burlingham gardens will be open to the public again. Picture: Su Ingle

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More than twenty beautiful gardens will offer visitors peaceful strolls at the tenth Burlingham Open Gardens.

The gardens are scattered among woodland and feature the likes of ponds, orchards, St Andrews Church and the St Peters Church Ruin.

Visitors will also be able to enjoy games and live music on The Green, as well as a barbecue, refreshments and a raffle.

The main entry point is via St Andrews Church in Main Road, North Burlingham, and there will be lots of on and off-road parking.

There will be additional walking entry points and limited Blue Badge parking at The Green.

The gardens open from 10am to 4pm on Sunday, June 10.

Entrance to the event is £4 and children go free, with proceeds going towards the village’s chosen charities.

Previously, the event has raised money for The Big C, Nelson’s Journey and Send a Cow.

Dogs are not permitted at the event.

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