Open gardens event to raise funds and awareness for Home-Start Norwich

22:32 06 July 2014

Home-Start Norwich volunteers Sue Cox and Mandy Urch with enough bunting to reach the top of Norwich Cathedral

Home-Start Norwich volunteers Sue Cox and Mandy Urch with enough bunting to reach the top of Norwich Cathedral's spire. Photo by Simon Finlay.

Visitors enjoyed an afternoon of fun in the beautiful surroundings of the Bishop of Norwich’s Gardens.

The event on Sunday was in aid of family support charity Home-Start Norwich.

To celebrate the occasion, the gardens were decorated in enough bunting to reach the top of Norwich Cathedral’s spire (96 metres) and each piece of bunting featured a child’s drawing of their family.

More than 400 people enjoyed the day which included music, garden games and storytelling.

Geraldine Duffy, the charity’s acting chair of trustees, said: “The day was all about raising funds for Home-Start Norwich as well as awareness, so that families know how we can help, and also to encourage more people to volunteer.

“We were delighted to welcome so many people.”


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