Open gardens event in Ludham will boost church funds
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A Broads village is opening up its gardens to help boost its historic church.
Ludham is staging an open gardens event on Sunday, June 25 between 11am and 5pm.
People will be able to visit 12 scenic gardens, some of which stretch down to Womack Water.
There will be free ferry trips across the Broad and live music and wherries and heritage boats to view. The event will also feature classic cars, art displays, garden and composting advice and several refreshment points.
Tickets are £6.50 which gives admission to all the gardens and includes free a ferry trip and a free map. A souvenir brochure to remember the day will also be available. There is free parking and no dogs are allowed.
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The event, which is organised by the Friends of St Catherine's Church, always attracts over 2,000 visitors a year.
For further information contact 01692 678060.
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