Last chance to see the snowdrops at Thorpe Market church
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The afternoon of Sunday, February 26 will be the last chance in 2017 to visit the snowdrops and aconites and enjoy home-made cakes at St Margaret's Church in Thorpe Market, near North Walsham.
Snowdrop Sundays have become an institution at the church over the past 20 years, with more than 800 people visiting the events in 2016.
Last Sunday 432 visitors enjoyed afternoon tea at the church and strolled through the award-winning conservation churchyard.
The featured artist will be Rosalie Osborne Gibb, who will be joined by wrought-iron specialist craftsman Nick Woolston. The usual selection of used books will be on display and the organ will be playing.
Church members and friends have been offering their usual hospitality at the free event every Sunday, from 1pm, in February.
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St Margaret's has parking and WC facilities and is accessible to wheelchair users.
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