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Wisbech St Mary residents to open gardens to visitors

Next weekend will see the opening of ten colourful gardens normally hidden from the village, for the annual Open Gardens event in Wisbech St Mary.

Organiser Jayne Walpole said: “Fundraising this year is in support of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. Last year we raised £1,670, can you help us beat it this year?”

The event provides something for everyone, from cute cottage gardens to large open landscapes, wildflower meadows.

Also on show will be a collection of over 300 cacti and succulents, on-line weather station, ponds and water features, chickens, fish, a private falconry collection with displays from 11am-12pm, and 2-3pm.

Taking place on June 26, the event is perfect for families who want to spend a Sunday enjoying the village gardens, a game of croquet and indulge in some homemade refreshments.

Visitors should look for the gardens displaying a large orange flower and start at any garden. Entry to all 10 gardens, including falconry collection is £4, with a free programme and map.

Gardens are located on High Road, Barton Road, Station Road, Bevis Lane, St Mary’s Close and off Churchfield Way. Sat Nav starting point PE13 4RY.

Further details can be found on www.opengardens.co.uk

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