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Ditchingham and Broome Open Gardens and Scarecrow Festival

 approx 6 gardens open Ditchingham and Broome, near Bungay, Norfolk
Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th May 2019
11.00am to 4.00pm

A variety of interesting gardens in these two adjacent villages in the Waveney Valley. The scarecrow trail will be enjoyed by all ages. Both of our churches will be open.

Refreshments available along with lunches and some live music over the lunch period.

Proceeds from programmes to Ditchingham and Broome Parish Churches.

2.00 adults, accompanied under 16s free.

How to get event passports
Tickets from Ditchingham Village Hall, Loddon Road.

Number of gardens
Approximately 6 gardens will be open, but the total may vary from day to day - please contact the organisers if you need exact numbers.

Contact the organisers

County: Norfolk
Postcode for Sat Nav: NR35 2QN (please verify before travelling)
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