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A group of gardens in Norwell will be opening to the public this weekend to raise money for charity.

The gardens will be open from 1pm to 5pm on Sunday, and again on Wednesday evening, from 6.30pm to 9pm.

It is part of the National Garden Scheme, which raises money for nursing and cancer charities.

Norwell Nurseries will be among the gardens open to the public in Norwell. (57436645)
Norwell Nurseries will be among the gardens open to the public in Norwell. (57436645)

This is the 29th year that Norwell has opened a range of different, very appealing gardens, all making superb use of the backdrop of the English countryside.

It includes Norwell Nurseries and the village allotments, where there is a wealth of gardeners, from seasoned competition growers to plots that are substitute house gardens.

In addition, there are four individual village gardens showing the diversity that is achieved under the umbrella of a cottage garden.

St Laurence’s Church will also be open to the public.

Plants and refreshments will be available for sale.

There is wheelchair access and parking.

Last year, the National Garden Scheme donated more than £3m to various charities as a result of its open gardens.



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