Stowmarket museum to open spectacular walled garden for public viewing
- Credit: MUSEUM OF EAST ANGLIAN DAILY LIFE
Volunteers at a popular Stowmarket museum have been commended for their work on a spectacular walled garden, due to open this weekend.
The Museum of East Anglian Life’s walled garden opens this Sunday, June 24 as part of a charity event run by the National Garden Scheme (NGS).
The museum’s volunteers were recently highly commended at the SHARE Museums Volunteer Awards for their outstanding upkeep of the garden.
An oasis in the heart of Stowmarket, the half acre walled Victorian kitchen garden has been restored and replanted since 2012.
Showcasing many heritage vegetable varieties as well as trained fruit trees and herb bed, it boasts a renovated greenhouse, potting shed and conservatory.
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The National Garden Scheme supports nursing and caring charities throughout the UK by opening thousands of gardens, many of which are not normally open to the public.
Entry is £3 per person (children free) with money raised going to the NGS’s chosen charities.
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