What's happening Event diary Lexham Open Gardens The river Nar flows out of the lakes through the 5-acre woodland garden with its large variety of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, magnolias and candelabra primulas. There are also numerous fine trees. A small pond is surrounded by moisture-loving plants. A highlight is Rosehenge, an old cherry tree with surrounding oak posts over which a Rambling Rector rambling rose grows. Adults £6.00 each, children free. No dogs in garden only on leads in parkland. Homemade refreshments in aid of The Norfolk Hospice. Plants for sale.