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A rare chance to visit to these engaging north Norfolk gardens which are not open to individual members of the public. The gardens were begun in 1963 by John and Roger Last. A series of buildings and follies form focal points and design features. There is abundant use of water and the varied planting throughout is lush. The five acre garden is in three distinct parts, each with its own character and atmosphere.
The visit will take about 2 hours and will include an introductory talk by Roger Last and a tea break.