Sorry now CANCELLED due to snow!
The relatively mild winter is producing a terrific display of spring flowering bulbs and early flowering shrubs at LAKE HOUSE, Brundall NR13 5LU and the owner Janet Muter has kindly agreed to open to the public on Sunday the 12th and 19th February 2012 from 1-4pm with admission £4 and children free.
The garden also has a series of ponds descending through a wooded valley to the shore of a lake. This will be the only opportunity to see this delightful and unusual garden in 2012, don’t miss it.
Postwick Lane, Brundall NR13 5LU. Open 1-4pm Adm £4. chd free
In the centre of Brundall Gardens, a series of ponds descends through a wooded valley to the shore of a lake. Steep paths wind through a variety of shrubs and flowers in season, which attract many kinds of rare birds, dragonflies and mammals.
5m E of Norwich. On A47; take Brundall turn at r’about. Turn R into Postwick Lane at T-junction
Pick up a copy of the Norfolk NGS Guide at your local Tourist Information Centre, Garden Centre and Nursery or visit www.ngs.org.uk
Charities supported include: Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie Cancer Care, Help the Hospices, Crossroads, The Queen’s Nursing Institute, The Royal Fund for Gardeners’ Children, National Trust(gardeners’ careerships) and Perennial.
Founded in 1927, the NGS has raised more than £26.5million for charity in the last 10 years.
Last year Norfolk raised more than £65,000 as well as raising additional funds for local charities nominated by the garden owners.
The LOFT at Bridge House – Detached apartment in Waveney Valley