Visitors enjoy rare glimpse of one of Norfolk’s most beautiful gardens
- Credit: Sonya Duncan
Visitors made the most of a rare opportunity to see one of the Norfolk’s most beautiful private gardens.
Lord and Lady Ferrers, of Ditchingham Hall, opened up the grounds of the majestic country house on Sunday, April 14, to raise money for the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind (NNAB).
Throughout the afternoon, visitors were able to walk around the stunning grounds, featuring an old walled garden with colour-themed borders, a rose garden and a pergola.
They also enjoyed the woodland garden, which plays host to one of the largest plane trees in the county, several Cedars of Lebanon and a parterre designed by Hermione Shirley.
All funds raised from the event will be donated to the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind
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