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Snowdrops are a hit with visitors to annual Redisham event

PUBLISHED: 13:00 13 February 2017 | UPDATED: 10:26 14 February 2017

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

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Around 120 people turned out to a charity snowdrop day in Redisham for good causes.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

Around 120 people turned out to a charity snowdrop day in Redisham for good causes.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

John and Brenda Foster opened their garden at Gable House for the 40th year for the National Garden Scheme’s Snowdrop Day.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

This year the couple had a large collection of snowdrops, some of which were up for sale, as well as hardy cyclamen, aconites, crocus and other plants.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

The overall collection raised on the day has not been totalled yet, but money will go towards nursing charities Marie Curie and Macmillan Cancer Support, as well as donations to St Peter’s Church.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

Mr Foster said: “Unfortunately we only got about a third of the crowds we have in the past which was due to the snow which was on the ground on Sunday morning.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

“However we still had a great day and we would like to thank everyone who made the effort despite the cold conditions.”

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
Keen photographers, Paul Harrison and Louise Dunn taking pictures of the cyclamen.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. Keen photographers, Paul Harrison and Louise Dunn taking pictures of the cyclamen.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
Anna Bonner with Mike and Janet Webb in the garden.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. Anna Bonner with Mike and Janet Webb in the garden.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
Peter McGregor (left) with John Foster.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. Peter McGregor (left) with John Foster.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
Peter McGregor (left) with John Foster.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. Peter McGregor (left) with John Foster.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen.
It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.The garden of Brenda and John Foster was opened at the weekend for people to view the couples collection of snowdrops, aconites and cyclamen. It is the 40th year the couple have opened the garden for the national Gardens scheme.

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