History of Burrow Farm Gardens

18:30 15 January 2013

(c) Martin Poole

Musbury Garden Club will welcomes back Mary Benger, who has grown and sculpted Burrow Farm Gardens over the last 50 years.

She started with an old roman clay pit that was deemed unsuitable for farming.

Today it is beautifully landscaped.

The talk will take place on Monday, January 21 at Musbury Village Hall, from 7.30pm to 9pm.

Entry costs £2.50 (Musbury Garden Club members £1.50).

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