Outing to West Barsham Hall
This post is to confirm our visit to West Barsham Hall on 20 July from 2.00.
West Barsham Hall, is set in approx. 10-acres and includes a large garden with lake, mature yew hedging and sunken garden originally laid out by Gertrude Jekyll, plus a swimming pool garden, shrub borders, kitchen garden with herbaceous borders, fruit cage, cutting garden and bog garden (phew!)
You will need to make your own way there, but it will be worth it for this group private visit to gardens which do open under the National Garden Scheme, but are opening especially for us.
Admission is £9.00 each including tea/coffee and homemade cake (yummy).
To enable us to advise the owners of the Lodge of numbers, could you please confirm by the 13th July whether you intend to join us by contacting Jeff Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01362 680066. MEMBERS & GUESTS of MEMBERS ONLY. Payment is at the entrance.
How to find them:-
West Barsham Hall
3miles North of Fakenham.
From Fakenham take A148 to Cromer then Left onto B1105 to Wells (or coming from Morrisons roundabout left onto A148 and then right onto B1105 to Wells). After ½mile Left again to Wells. After 1½miles Right to The Barshams & West Barsham Hall.
PS Don't forget our Blickling Lodge visit on 22 June (not long to go now) and please let me know if you are planning to go.