Annie Dellbridge is all set to help Pudsey on Friday

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annie-thumbnailPerennial’s own Annie Dellbridge, Head Gardener at Fullers Mill Garden in Suffolk, will be on the advisory panel at the BBC Suffolk Children in Need Tea Party and Gardeners Question Time this Friday 18th November at the East of England Co-op headquarters in Ipswich.

The event, which takes place from 12:30 – 4:00pm, has an exciting line up of special guests, including ventriloquists, comedians and story tellers, refreshments and an enticing raffle. The event is being coordinated by local broadcaster Lesley Dolphin and will be broadcast live in the afternoon on BBC Radio Suffolk.

Annie will be on the panel for a Gardeners Question Time Q&A from 2pm, alongside Garden Designer Janey Auchincloss and Matt Tanton Brown from A Place for Plants. Guests are invited to come armed with questions for the group.

As the event falls on ‘Take Your Teddy to Work Day’ guests are also encouraged to bring along their cuddly friend to the tea party!

The event is being hosted by:

East of England Co-op, Wherstead Park, The Street, Wherstead, Ipswich, IP9 2BJ in aid of BBC Children in Need.

ENDS