Two and a half acres of beautiful gardens and an award winning conservation churchyard and other attractions are on offer on Sunday 19th July.

Haveringland’s Old School Garden and Oaklands Farm are joined by the Parish churchyard (the historic church will also be open for private prayer). This open gardens event is in aid of repairs and improvements at the Church and to help the Papillon Project (creating allotments at Norfolk High Schools http://www.thepapillonproject.com).

And it won’t just be gardens and nature on offer. A number of arts and crafts people will be selling their wares:

  • Alison Varley– jewellry (https://www.alisonvarleyjewellery.co.uk/)
  • Zena Tooze– ceramics(https://ztceramics.myshopify.com/)
  • Greenwood Apiaries– local honey, beeswax candles ( Instagram @beesrbuzzing)
  • Roger Tidman– award winning wildlife photographer
  • Julie Branson -artwork (InstaGram @juliecharlesworthmurals)
  • Pauline Beales– handmade sewing items
  • Caroline – cut flowers, plants

And you can buy some of the much in demand Papillon Project merchandise and find out more about this exciting project. And there’s also the opportunity to see a vintage motorcycle, a rare Leopard Moth Aircraft under restoration and find out about Haveringland’s history and plans for church improvements.

Due to the current restrictions we will not be opening toilets or offering refreshments, other than a cup of tea or soft drink. Admission will also be by timed ticket only so that we can manage numbers, and clear social distancing guidelines, hand sanitiser and one-way systems will be in operation to make it as safe as possible.

The event runs from 2pm with last admission by 5pm (closing around 6pm), and admission is £6 per adult (payable upon booking) with under 16’s free. Any additional donations on the day would be welcome.

The link to buy tickets is https://www.eventbrite.com/e/haveringland-gardens-tickets-112802974734