Woodgate Nursery annual charity garden show raises over three thousand pounds for local charities.

A Bee themed garden, complete with hexagonal shelves and vertical wall planting, won this year’s public vote at the Woodgate Nursery Charity Garden show, in Aylsham.

The ‘Bee Happy’ Garden was designed by Susannah Black Garden Design and built by IFC Landscapes.  Woodgate Nursery came second with their beach inspired garden, including crab pots and rusty anchors.

Amongst the highlights of the weekend included some outstanding show gardens, a Saxon and Viking re-enactment group, music by the Aylsham Brass Band and local ironmongers and willow weavers in action.

The two day event raised £3123, which will be shared out between the two local charities of the Aylsham Scouts and the Aylsham Roman Project.

Woodgate Nursery and Rusty Robot Occasions would like to thank everyone who visited the show and helped them to raise so much for their chosen charities.

Peter Purdy, owner of Woodgate Nursery, commented,

 ‘The show just gets better and bigger every year with so much variety the show is a great day out for keen gardeners and families alike. I would especially like to thank all the exhibitors who put in a lot of hard work and really do make the Woodgate Garden Show so enjoyable. I’m already looking forward to 2020!’