This Sunday Stody Lodge is hosting a 'Sensory Garden' day in aid of the Norfolk & Norwich Association for the Blind. The fantastic sunshine (and rainfall) this week has initiated an explosion of colour in Stody's notorious rhododendron and azalea gardens. The scent from the azaleas is overwhelming, just in time for the sensory experience we wish to share with our visually impaired visitors and the general public alike.
Visitors can expect sensory surprises throughout the gardens, unexpected acoustic performances, giant games on the lawn and delicious homemade teas provided by supporters of the Norfolk & Norwich Association for the Blind with all proceeds going to the charity.
Open 1pm – 5pm. £5 entry (payable by cash) children under 12 free. Plant stall and dogs on leads welcome.