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Norfolk gardens to remain open in September

PUBLISHED: 12:28 30 August 2020 | UPDATED: 14:25 01 September 2020

High House, Thetford, Hindringham Hall and Acre Meadow, Great Yarmouth, gardens all comply with social distancing guidelines and entry is by pre-purchased tickets only. Picture: Norfolk Open Gardens

High House, Thetford, Hindringham Hall and Acre Meadow, Great Yarmouth, gardens all comply with social distancing guidelines and entry is by pre-purchased tickets only. Picture: Norfolk Open Gardens

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Gardens in Thetford, Hindringham and Great Yarmouth will continue to open their gates to the public during September.

High House, Thetford, Hindringham Hall and Acre Meadow, Great Yarmouth, gardens all comply with social distancing guidelines and entry is by pre-purchased tickets only. Picture: Norfolk Open GardensHigh House, Thetford, Hindringham Hall and Acre Meadow, Great Yarmouth, gardens all comply with social distancing guidelines and entry is by pre-purchased tickets only. Picture: Norfolk Open Gardens

Gardens in Thetford, Hindringham and Great Yarmouth will continue to open their gates to the public during September.

The gardens, which are part of the National Open Garden Scheme, will remain open to visitors hoping to escape to somewhere beautiful.

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High House, in Thetford and Acre Meadow, in Great Yarmouth, gardens all comply with social distancing guidelines and entry is by pre-purchased tickets only. Hindringham Hall is open for the National Garden Scheme on Wednesday, September 30 10am-4pm. A spokesperson from Norfolk Open Garden said: “All buildings will be closed to visitors and unfortunately gardens will not be able to offer refreshments.”

Hindringham Hall is also open every Wednesday 10am-1pm and Sunday 2pm-5pm until the end of October, with no booking necessary, and the cafe is open.

The National Garden Scheme opens privately owned gardens in England and Wales on selected dates for charity.

It was founded in 1927 with the aim of “opening gardens of quality, character and interest to the public”.

To find out more about when the gardens are open and to book tickets for events, visit ngs.org.uk/product-category/garden-tickets/east/


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