In the middle of the Norfolk Broads lies an unlikely hidden Oasis- The East Ruston Old Vicarage Gardens. A 30 year project by genius gardeners and owners Alan and Graham, this botanical marvel boasts untold numbers of rare and interesting plant varieties in a stylish and tasteful setting. In preparation for their open garden show on the 8th June, we have the honour of placing our own Bantam Shepherds Hut Little Nancy in a prime location.
We managed to get unload Nancy from a trailer despite an incredibly tight squeeze and without damaging a single plant- Proof that when there’s a will, there’s a way! The weather could not have been better so an impromptu photo shoot was in order - We even managed to get a few snaps of their ingenious shrubbery porthole, glimpsing the Happisburgh Lighthouse.
After an enjoyable few weeks at this prestigious location and even a brief mention on BBC Look East, Little Nancy has now been refitted with a double bed and is available for holiday bookings at The Hollies Kessingland holiday park.
Chief Combobulator Wong. While the rest of the team gallivant and build Shepherds Huts, I sit here and combobulate.
The Wild Rover Shepherds Hut project was supported by New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership through the growing business fund.
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