Anglia in Bloom boss stops by to take in fantastic floral displays on show at Netherall Manor gardens

President of Anglia in Bloom, Brian Thornton, judge Nigel Bloxham and Timothy Clark.

President of Anglia in Bloom, Brian Thornton, judge Nigel Bloxham and Timothy Clark. - Credit: Archant

The president of Anglia in Bloom stopped by at Netherall Manor and gardens to sample some of its historic and colourful displays last weekend.

Brian Thornton paid a visit to Timothy Clark, who owns the manor on Tanners Lane and had opened his gardens to the public.

Mr Clark has raised thousands of pounds for charity by opening the gardens during the summer months and their displays, which feature popular flowers and plants from decades gone by will go on show for the final time this year on Sunday (August 13) from 2 until 5pm.

Entrance is £2 and children are free. Home made tea will be provided.


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