ELM: Rare chance to see delights of the secret garden

PUBLISHED: 13:06 25 June 2009 | UPDATED: 09:08 02 June 2010

Elm House, Main Road, Elm

Elm House, Main Road, Elm

VISITORS will be able to discover the delights of a secret garden in Elm near Wisbech which is not usually open to the public. The garden, owned by Diana Bullard, will be open for one day only and all proceeds made will go to the Parkinson s Disease

VISITORS will be able to discover the delights of a secret garden in Elm near Wisbech which is not usually open to the public.

The garden, owned by Diana Bullard, will be open for one day only and all proceeds made will go to the Parkinson's Disease Society.

Rare trees, shrubs and beautiful flowers will provide a visual treat for any garden enthusiast.

A new addition to the garden is a three-acre meadow, which has only recently been put under cultivation, but Mrs Bullard is intrigued as to what will have sprouted by opening day.

The money raised at the end of the day will help the society fund vital research into the condition.

Mrs Bullard said: "A member of my family lives with Parkinson's disease and I have seen first-hand the impact that the condition can have, so I wanted to support the society's research programme which aims to take us closer to a world free from the symptoms of Parkinson's."

The garden, at Elm House, Main Road, Elm, will be open on Sunday.

Entry costs £3 and children go for free.

For more information please call Mrs Bullard 01945 583021.


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