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Gardens art trail success despite torrential downpour

PUBLISHED: 07:00 26 July 2014

New look for the Buttercross at Bungay to promote the gardens art trail.

New look for the Buttercross at Bungay to promote the gardens art trail.

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The weekend heralded an upsurge in visitors to Bungay as well as a prolific growth of vegetation at the Butter Cross supplied by Airtechs of Halelsworth.

The garden at Rose Hall, Bungay.The garden at Rose Hall, Bungay.

Over 200 visitors from across the county and further afield took to the streets armed with maps, and umbrellas on the Bungay Garden Art Trail, to seek out the gardens normally unseen by the public, which are spread throughout the town and which were home to a variety of art in the form of sculptures, paintings, textiles and other media.

This is part of a raft of events put on by Black Dog Arts each year, Despite a torrential storm on the Sunday afternoon it was felt that once again this has been a major success in the calendar of events for the town.

The festival gardens art trail enjoyed beautiful weather on Saturday but was brought to a premature end by a deluge on Sunday afternoon but it was another successful year for the garden art trail.


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