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Xylophone Productions presents 'Can You Dig It' touring around …

Xylophone Productions presents Can You Dig It; Full of comedy songs about growing your own vegetables, including a powerful love song to Alan Titchmarsh, and a virtuoso performance on a cucumber trumpet, Can You Dig It? will appeal to gardeners and non-gardeners alike! 1 Can You Dig It will be touring around Norfolk throughout March; along with our Village Hall promoters, Creative Arts East has been working with Pub is the Hub to create a special showcase of Live Theatre performances in pubs in Norfolk.

Terry Stork, Advisor for Pub is The Hub commented: We ve been delighted to work with Karen and the team from Creative Arts East to set up these live productions in rural community pubs. Nothing beats live performance for excitement, so to bring it into the heart of local communities will be a real treat for locals who can t always get out to venues in major towns and cities. The Banningham Crown on Thursday 3 rd March at 7.30pm (Pub) Colby Road, Banningham, Norwich, Norfolk, NR11 7DY Tickets: 10 Ticket price includes Supper Box Office: 01263 733534 Sedgeford Village Hall on Friday 4 th March 7.30pm Jarvie Close, Sedgeford, Norfolk PE36 5NG Tickets: 12.00 which includes a glass of wine.

Box Office: 01485 570097 | 01485 579355 The Mermaid Inn Saturday 5 th March 8pm (Pub) Church Street, Elsing, Nr Dereham, Norfolk, NR20 3EA Tickets: 5 Ticket price includes A mug of chunky allotment soup and a doorstep for dipping Box Office: 01362 637640 Cley Marshes Visitors Centre Thursday 10 th March 6.30pm Coast Road, Cley, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 7SA Tickets: 12 per person Box Office: 01263 740008 Coach and Horses, Friday 11 th March 7.30pm 77 Manor Road, Dersingham PE31 6LN Tickets: FREE EVENT Ludham Village Hall Saturday 12 th March 7.30pm Norwich Road, Ludham, NR29 5PB Tickets: 8 proceeds go to Ludham Church Box Office: Tickets available from Ludham Butchers or by SAE and Cheque to Ludham PCC, The Limes, Norwich Road, Ludham, Norfolk, NR29 5QA Ashill Community Centre on Sunday 13 th March 7.30pm Hale Road, Ashill, Norfolk, IP25 7AX Tickets: 8 Box Office: 01760 441196 | 01760 441374 The Pavilion Hindringham Saturday 26 th March 7.30pm (Pub) Wells Road, Hindringham, Norfolk, NR21 0PL Tickets: 5 including soup and roll, Numbers are limited so book early. Raffle for Pavilion funds. Box Office: Box office: 01328 878805 This event is organised in partnership with Creative Arts East with funding by Arts Council England, Norfolk County Council and Breckland Council.

For further information on this and other Creative Arts East events please go to: or contact Karen Kidman on 01953 713390 or [email protected] 2 3 advert Monarch Catering Services, Norfolk, Suffolk Related References ^ ( ^ ( ^ [email protected] (

Bishop of Norwich Gets Garden Visits Underway.

The launch of the 2015 National Gardens Scheme Yellow Booklet for Norfolk is a clear sign that spring is on its way for garden visitors. The Booklet, a comprehensive guide essential for garden lovers to explore hidden gardens across the County, includes information and opening times on 66 gardens. Of these, 6 are opening their gates for the first time for the NGS, and 10 gardens are making a welcome return after a short break.

The Bishop of Norwich, the Rt. Rev. Graham James, and Mrs Julie James whose own garden is open on Sunday 12 th July, hosted the launch on the 18 th February at Bishop s House Norwich.

Bishop Graham and Julie who have supported the NGS for many years said We are glad to open our garden for many charities each summer The NGS day brings many enthusiastic gardeners every year and a lot of people with a great knowledge of gardens. The NGS has also raised a lot of money for good purposes here and in many other Norfolk gardens. We are glad to host the launch of this year s programme for such an enterprising organisation. .

Fiona Black (County Organiser NGS), Bishop of Norwich Rt Rev Graham Jenkins launching booklet at Bishop s House County organiser Fiona Black thanked the hard working volunteers and garden owners for helping to raise an incredible 86,000 last year, reminding them that approximately 80p in each 1 raised at the garden gate goes to the NGS beneficiary charities which include Macmillan Cancer, Marie Curie Cancer Care and Hospices UK. She also thanked Savills for their kind generosity in sponsoring the booklet for the past five years, and the many advertisers who have made it possible to produce not only a free guide but also one of such high quality. The first garden to open this year will be Horstead House on the 21st February, followed by Bagthorpe Hall on 22 rd February, and finally Chestnut Farm on 26 th Feb and 1st March.

All have wonderful displays of snowdrops and late winter delights, are open 11am to 4pm and will serve warming refreshments. A perfect way to shake off the winter gloom! Pick up a copy of the Norfolk NGS 2015 Booklet at your local library, tourist information centre, garden centre or local nursery, or visit 1 Notes: Founded in 1927, The National Gardens Scheme (NGS) has donated more than 42.5 million to charity.

The NGS gave 2.5 million to its beneficiary charities in 2014 from money raised by opening gardens in England and Wales. We have donated over 24 million to charity in the last 10 years The NGS is Macmillan Cancer Support s biggest ever donor and has given 14.8m in total The NGS is Marie Curie Cancer Care s biggest ever donor and has given 6.9m in total In 2014 the donation made to Hospice UK was the biggest they have ever received The donation made to Perennial in 2014 is the largest in the charity s 174 year history – Spring at Hindringham Hall The three gardens opening for the National Gardens Scheme in Norfolk during March provide a final opportunity to see a display of winter snowdrops and the welcome arrival of spring with bold displays of daffodils. Chestnut Farm near West Beckham, opens on Sunday March 1.

Owners John and Judy Wilson have gardened here for 50 years collecting and nurturing plants from far and wide with a fantastic 90 varieties of snowdrops taking centre stage. There is much more to see, from hellebores to some rare scented winter shrubs, plus a display of metal sculptures by local blacksmith Toby Winterbourn. Local nurseries will also be visiting so plenty of plants to buy!

On Sunday March 29 at Hindringham Hall, Hindringham, this gorgeous Tudor Manor House complete with a 13 th Century moat is an unrivalled setting for the thousands of daffodils on show with over 30 different varieties to wander through. There will also be plants for sale. Also opening on March 29 is Gayton Hall at Gayton.

Here you can enjoy a leisurely stroll through 20 acres of water side gardens and woodland glades all in a tranquil setting. Stream banks are carpeted with primulas, daffodils and the fascinating prehistoric looking skunk cabbage flowers! All three gardens will have refreshments available including homemade teas.

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