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Bishop's House Garden

Location: Bishop's House Garden is sited just off Bishopgate Norwich Norfolk NR3 England

Type: Private Home  /  Offers accommodation? No  /  Permanent Labyrinth

Open: Appointment only  /  Garden Capacity:

Garden Description:

The four-acre garden at Bihop's House, Norwich, is one of the oldest gardens in Norfolk. It comprises of woodland, lawns, herbaceous borders, rose garden, a kitchen garden with nursery, hedges, a wildflower labyrinth, bee hives, sculpture and extensive shubberies. There are hidden spaces and tucked away seats. As well as being a private garden of the Bishop of Norwich and his family, Bishop Graham and Rachel Usher use it as part of their ministry of hospitality and to support a wide range of local charities.

Whilst the denomination is the Church of England, all Christian denominations and faith communities are welcome. The garden is opened six times a year for quiet days, as well as for groups by arrangement. Please contact the hosts PA for details.

Contact details

Host: The Bishop of Norwich, The Rt Revd Graham Usher

Email: coralie.nichols@dioceseofnorwich.org  / 

Telephone: 01603 629001 /

Website: https://www.dioceseofnorwich.org/about/bishops/norwich/gardens

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bishopshousegarden  /  Twitter: https://twitter.com/bishopsgardens

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