Naturists are hoping to return to a botanic gardens near Bury St Edmunds next year after a successful fundraising trip.
British Naturism, the national representative body for Naturism in the UK, organised the evening at Fullers Mill Gardens at West Stow that took place last weekend [9 August].
Andrew Gilmour, Eastern region press officer for British Naturism, said the event “went very well,” raising £700 through ticket sales for the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
He said: “Fullers Mill Gardens would like to welcome us back next year and several people whom attended would like to return to Fuller Mill Gardens.
“Several attendees purchased plants from the garden shop which is good for the gardens revenue and financial state. Everyone I spoke to expressed to me that they had enjoyed the evening.”
“Fullers Mill Gardens would like to welcome us back next year and several people whom attended would like to return to Fuller Mill Gardens.Andrew Gilmour, British Naturism, Eastern region press officer
The gardens, on the banks of the River Lark, were created by the late Bernard Tickner, who moved to Fullers Mill in 1958 and spent over 50 years working on the seven-acre site, which features rare species of plants from around the world.
Fullers Mill Gardens is now managed by horticulture charity Perennial.
Source: East Anglian Daily Times
Original publication 14 August, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 26th August 2020
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