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Rumburgh Art and Gardens

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This event rested in 2018 so we don't have any recent event details. When we get updated information, we'll add it here, but in the meantime we include below event information from a previous year to remind you about the event.

 approx 12 gardens opened Rumburgh, south of Bungay, Suffolk
Sunday 29th June 2014
11.00am to 5.00pm

Fantastic gardens of all shapes and sizes will be open. There will be a free minibus shuttle along with refreshments, ploughman's lunches, homemade cream teas and children's artwork in the village hall. Pimms and nibbles are also available in one garden. We do hope you'll come and visit our friendly village.

All proceeds go to village projects.

5.00 which includes a drink and a biscuit.

How to get event passports
Buy tickets on the day from Rumburgh Village Hall.

County: Suffolk
Postcode for Sat Nav: IP19 0JD (please verify before travelling)
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