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20 Sep 2020
The Bishop of Norwich and his wife, Rachel Usher are generously opening their beautiful garden to the public to raise money for The Papillon Project, in support of our mission to inspire young people to connect with nature and enjoy a more sustainable future.
Social distancing will be observed on the day. Visitors are strictly limited across three dedicated time slots, with space between each time slot for thorough cleaning. There will be a one-way system through the garden and hand sanitiser will be made available for visitors.
Plants, honey and The Papillon Project's own merchandise will be on sale, with options to pay with cash or contactless.
No catering will be provided, but you are very welcome to bring your own picnic to enjoy on the lawn.
An accessible toilet will be open throughout the event.
Nearest parking: Adam and Eve Pay & Display, Bishopgate
Entry: £5 per visitor. Children and wheelchair users go free
All entry fees go directly to The Papillon Project.
To book, please register and pay online in advance:
Sunday 12 July
11.00am - 12.30am - FULLY BOOKED
1.00pm - 2.30pm - FULLY BOOKED
3.00pm - 4.30pm - FULLY BOOKED
For more information, email email@example.com.