Garden revamp competition at Aylsham Nursery

Dominique Rudd

Dominique Rudd - Credit: Archant

If you know someone who deserves to have their garden revamped, then Woodgate Nursery in Aylsham are looking to hear from you.

It has a new competition where the winner will have their garden made over by last year's Sandringham Flower Show winner, Dominique Rudd.

The nursery is also giving away a two hour consultation with Dominique, £200 worth of plants to spend at the nursery and an afternoon tea for four at Purdy's Tea Room.

Stuart Morton from Purdy's Tea Room said: 'A chance conversation with Dominique Rudd after she won gold at the Sandringham Flower show last year has meant we have been able to put together this great prize. Our initial conversation centred on our joint wish to help brighten up someone's garden and day.

'I would like to see entries from people who have nominated someone else's garden, just because they know it will bring great pleasure to the winner.'

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Woodgate's also see's the return of its annual Garden Show in June in aid of the Liz Jones Memorial Trust and other charities.

The Garden Show includes a treasure hunt for the kids who can also have their face painted as part of the fun.

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Taking inspiration from the Chelsea Flower Show, four local garden designers will be battling for visitors votes to be crowned the winner of the best garden design. Dominique will also be participating in the event.

Peter Purdy, founder of Woodgate Nursery, said: 'The Garden Show is a fantastic opportunity for gardening enthusiasts across Norfolk to come together, share tips with local people and businesses, and raise funds for a worthwhile, local charity.'

For more information about the garden makeover competition, visit or pick up an entry form from the tea room or nursery.

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