Ditchingham Hall gardens will open to visitors in aid of East Coast Hospice appeal

An artist's impression of the East Coast Hospice's new Margaret Chadd House. Picture: Courtesy of Ea

An artist's impression of the East Coast Hospice's new Margaret Chadd House. Picture: Courtesy of East Coast Hospice. - Credit: Archant

Visitors are being given a rare opportunity to wander around the gardens at Ditchingham Hall - all in the name of charity.

By kind permission of Earl and Countess Ferrers, the gardens will be opened on Sunday, June 18 from 2pm to 5pm to raise funds for East Coast Hospice.

Members of the public are invited to wander around the large walled garden, parterre, cedar walk and woodland area. There will also be a pop up art gallery featuring work from artists belonging to the Harleston and Waveney Artist Collective.

A spokesman from East Coast Hospice said: 'These private beautiful and enchanting gardens of Ditchingham Hall are rarely open to the public so this is a special opportunity to enjoy the wonderful setting.'

Funds will go towards the charity's appeal to build an independent hospice serving the Waveney and Yarmouth area.


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Admission is £4 for adults with under 16s free. Guide dogs only.

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