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Walk to reveal secrets of hidden garden

PUBLISHED: 09:59 08 February 2016 | UPDATED: 09:59 08 February 2016

Brinton Hall secret garden opens to the public to view the winter flowing snowdrops around the grounds of the Hall. Pictured is Esmé and Jeremy Bagnall-Oakeley with some of their snowdrops. 

Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Brinton Hall secret garden opens to the public to view the winter flowing snowdrops around the grounds of the Hall. Pictured is Esmé and Jeremy Bagnall-Oakeley with some of their snowdrops. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Archant Norfolk 2016

A private garden in an idyllic woodland setting is being opened to the public this weekend to raise money for charity.

Green-fingered gardeners Jeremy and Esme Bagnall-Oakley have created a snowdrop walk at their home at Brinton Hall, near Holt – a County Wildlife Site.

The gates to the property on Stody Road will be swung open on Sunday, 21, from 1pm to 4pm, to raise money for St Andrew’s Church, Brinton. It will also open on Sunday, February 14 in aid of St John’s Ambulance.

Mrs Bagnall-Oakley, a warden at the church, said it is the tenth year they have hosted the open garden event, which has raised thousands of pounds for charity.

She said: “We do try to make it as interesting as possible. It is a lovely landscape to walk through.”

Entry is priced £4 for adults, children go free.


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