Bishop of Norwich to open his gardens to help celebrate 250 years of NNUH

Taking place on Sunday 31 July, there’ll be a chance to walk around the Bishop of Norwich’s garden to celebrate our 250th anniversary.

There will be a rare opportunity to enjoy the beautiful gardens between 1 and 4.30pm whilst relaxing with a cup of tea and cake and soaking up live music from The Saxonettes, Harry Browne and one of our own consultants Richard Wharton.

The Bishop’s Garden will be selling plants on the day and there will also be a chance to read about some of the history of our past 250 years and other activities including a free quiz to keep the children occupied.

The four acre organically-run garden has a great selection on offer, including a wildflower labyrinth, a small woodland walk, the recently added herb garden, boxed rose garden with fountain, bamboo glade and central lawn.

Admission costs £5 per adult with accompanied children and wheelchair users free. Assistance dogs only allowed and last entry on the day is 4pm. All money raised from entry fee and sale of refreshments go to the N&N Hospital Charity.

Purchase a ticket in advance or read more about the gardens themselves.

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