Charity open garden days in historic settings
Daffodils and historic follies will be on show for two fund-raising garden open days.
Mannington Hall, near Saxthorpe and Corpusty, will be open on Sunday March 30 between noon-5pm as part of the Norfolk National Garden Scheme.
Money raised from the variety of gardens which are specially open to the public go towards a number of charities. In Norfolk the cash helps to fund a Macmillan community nurse.
Mannington Hall, postcode NR11 7BB, has a moated manor house and Saxon church with 19th century follies.
The open day will allow families and nature lovers to explore the follies and extensive countryside walks and trails.
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Admission will be £6 for adults but children can visit for free.
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Thousands of daffodils will be in full bloom and visitors will be able to admire the Tudor manor house, with 13th century moat.
Admission will be £6 for adults but free for children.
For more information about the Norfolk National Garden Scheme and details about different open days, visit www.ngs.org.uk.