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Photographers enjoy tour of woodland and garden attraction

PUBLISHED: 17:02 03 July 2018 | UPDATED: 17:02 03 July 2018

The iwitters enjoyed their trip to Fairhaven Woodland and Garden
Picture: Trevor Taberham

The iwitters enjoyed their trip to Fairhaven Woodland and Garden Picture: Trevor Taberham

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The iwitters enjoyed their trip to Fairhaven Woodland and Garden
Picture: Trevor TaberhamThe iwitters enjoyed their trip to Fairhaven Woodland and Garden Picture: Trevor Taberham

That was the message from a group of photographer friends from Norfolk and Suffolk made their annual visit to the Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden attraction in South Walsham, near Acle.

Called the iwitters, many of the photographers submit their work to Archant’s iwitness24 platforms in Norfolk and Suffolk.

The iwitters enjoyed their trip to Fairhaven Woodland and Garden
Picture: Trevor TaberhamThe iwitters enjoyed their trip to Fairhaven Woodland and Garden Picture: Trevor Taberham

The group, led by Fairhaven’s volunteer wildlife warden Trevor Taberham, explored the garden and also took a boat trip on the Primrose.

Mr Taberham said: “I would like to thank Louise Rout, manager at Fairhaven Garden and her team for making the iwitters so welcome. We had a wonderful day in the garden.

“The weather was glorious and the photographers enjoyed exploring the woodland and taking the boat trip on Fairhaven’s broad, resulting in lots of excellent new material.”

Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden is open daily from 10am to 5pm and on Wednesdays until 9pm to the end of August.

To sign up to iwitness visit www.iwitness24.co.uk/

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