As the garden visiting year draws to a close, National Garden Scheme organisers in Nottinghamshire are delighted with the funds which have been raised locally in difficult times. Approximately £32,000 has been raised for nursing charities in total, and when taking into account the severe restrictions placed on everyone early in the year, this is a phenomenal result.
Thank you to everyone who has opened their gardens, visited gardens or held a garden party to help raise this money.
There is still one last chance to visit a garden in October.
Woodhouse Road, Norwell NG23 6JX
Sunday 3rd October, 2.00pm to 5.00pm
Jewel box of over 2,500 different beautiful and unusual plants, sumptuously set out in a one acre plantsman’s garden. Featuring UK’s largest collection of hardy chrysanthemums. Nationally renowned nursery open with over 1,000 different, rare plants for sale. Some wheelchair access, parking, plants for sale, refreshments.