Stody Lodge Gardens raises £13,300 for local charities during May 2017

Visitors to Stody Lodge Gardens enjoying homemade tea and cake provided by local charities

Visitors to Stody Lodge Gardens enjoying homemade tea and cake provided by local charities

Stody Lodge Gardens, Stody Estate's 14-acre rhododendron and azalea gardens near Holt, welcomed record visitor numbers through its doors in May 2017 and raised a fantastic £13,300 for local charities through its homemade teas.

This year the charities invited to provide the homemade teas at Stody Lodge Gardens, from which they take all the proceeds, included Tapping House, The Benjamin Foundation, Heritage House, The Holt Youth Project, St Johns Ambulance, St Andrews Church in Holt, North Norfolk Radio Kids Trust, Stody and Hunworth Village Room, Thornage hall, and the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind. These ten charities fuelled busy garden lovers with delicious cakes, brownies, flapjacks and scones with homemade sausage rolls also proving to be a huge hit. 

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