Hoveton snowdrop walk boosts charity

Hoveton House snowdrop and aconite walk. Sisters, left, Alice, 5, and Molly Bell, 3, from Coltishall

Hoveton House snowdrop and aconite walk. Sisters, left, Alice, 5, and Molly Bell, 3, from Coltishall.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

Hundreds of people braved the chilly weather top see the snowdrops and raise money for charity.

Hoveton House opened its doors to the public to raise money for Autism Anglia and St John's Church, in Hoveton.

More than 400 people visited Hoveton House in the three hour period on Sunday, February 14.

Overall £2750 was raised, which will be split evenly between the two nominated charities that the annual event has long raised money for.

A spokesperson from the event, said: 'We were absolutely delighted with the number of people who came, especially due to the type of day we had, but luckily we did have a window in the weather.'

People taking part in the Snowdrop and Aconite Walk also received brunch. All of the money raised was from ticket sales and kind donations on the day.

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