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Final plans being made for fundraising garden party at Ickworth House

PUBLISHED: 11:44 13 June 2018 | UPDATED: 11:48 13 June 2018

James Marston feature at Ickworth Church, in the grounds of Ickworth Park in Horringer.

James Marston feature at Ickworth Church, in the grounds of Ickworth Park in Horringer.

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Final plans are being made for a fundraising garden party, on Friday, June 22, at Ickworth House.

It is being held by the 8th Marquess of Bristol and other trustees of the church on the estate, near Horringer, and starts at 6pm in the Italianate Gardens, finishing at 9pm. Money raised will go towards the church.

There will be a draw with prizes supplied by local businesses and individuals including the Angel Hotel, Ickworth Hotel, Glasswells, a bottle of House of Commons wine and signed books from Griff Rhys Jones, Bill Wyman and the Marquess of Bristol.

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