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Great Ryburgh Open Gardens

 approx 12 gardens open Great Ryburgh, near Fakenham, Norfolk
Saturday 19th June 2021
1.00pm to 5.00pm

Gardens big and small will be open throughout the village. Come and meet those who created them and who now tend them with care and enthusiasm.

Virus measures in place including one-way directions and limited numbers in some gardens. Please bear with us - this is for the safety of all.

Tea and homemade cake will be available in several of the gardens.

All proceeds to St. Andrew's Church, Great Ryburgh.

5.00 adults, accompanied children under 12s free. To avoid handling change, please help us by bringing the correct amount.

How to get event passports
Buy tickets from St. Andrew's Church or the Village Hall.

Contact the organisers
Phone: 01328 829 413

County: Norfolk
Postcode for Sat Nav: NR21 0DZ (please verify before travelling)
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Thankyou!   In 2021 the organisers of this event made a donation towards the upkeep of this website.

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