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NorfolkNog

Ludham Open Gardens - 23rd June

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Lifted from Twitter. Perhaps Nigel will have more info? 

 

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Thats certainly the date - and as usual plenty to see and do!

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Looks very good,sadly we can't come.Its Marina's Birthday and we will be in Berlin.

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Just a reminder that Ludham Open Gardens is just 18 days away. Sunday 23rd June

There really is such a lot to do. Three new gardens this year, so 18 in all.

A huge Classic Car show.

Boats galore! A Wherry (perhaps 2)

Ferries running everywhere on Womack.

Llamas, giant tortoises, Artists painting, Hog roast, Pies, BBQ, Cream Teas, stalls, Tiger Moth flights.

A brilliant day out. Boaters can moor either in Womack Dyke or on the public Staithe, but better get there early, it will be popular.

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Went two years ago.

A brilliant day. I have to say that the Ludham people are very friendly, hospitable and rightly proud of their village.

The gardens are magnificent. It is an experience to visit Hunters yard and the wherries and of course the boat yard with the pedal boats. Not forgetting that this year I understand that there will be a craft exhibition on Womack staithe run by the shop.

There are some magnificent houses in Ludham,  one frequented by the Queen Mother during her visits to Seago the famous artist.

Without doubt, one of the most delightful villages in Broadland.

Sadly no wall. But that is of little consequence.

 

 

 

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Would love to get a look at the Dutch House which I see is on the list. 

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What a bloody shame, we`re not up there til the following week. As usual, every time it`s our week on Lightning, it`s always before or after certain events. Karen loves gardening, and we both love classic cars.

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1 hour ago, batrabill said:

I week to go!

I wish we could go, but we can`t get a swap on Lightning.

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