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We are pleased to open 15 village gardens over the weekend. All are available on both days. They vary from the garden of a 16th century thatched cottage, to a recently occupied new build, with a range of mature gardens in a wide variety of styles. Visitors will also have the chance to visit the Church with “The best Military Brass in England”- Sir Robert de Bures as well as others, including Lady Alice de Bryern. It also has the Jennens Memorial, a magnificent 18th Century sculpture for the founder of the fortune behind true story that inspired “Jarndyce v Jarndyce” in Dickens’ Bleak House. Entrance is by programme, £5 for the two days. All profits going to All Saints Church.
Details are available on the Church website, www.allsaintschurchacton.vpweb.co.uk and also at www.opengardens.co.uk (Search for Acton)
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