Along with the visit of Prince Edward we were delighted to also welcome Farming Minister George Eustice and the Bishop of Norwich Graham James to our stand
The garden called ‘The New Beginning’ was constructed to commemorate 100 years since the beginning of World War One with poppies, trees and other plants used to remember and honour the sacrifices many went through. The garden was designed by Norfolk designer Claudia Morley, working with CGM’s Business Development & Projects Manager Chris Taylor.
“With our farming business Glover Agricultural Contractors we were delighted to attend the Royal Norfolk Show this year and produce a World War One garden display that everyone would be proud of,” said Chris.
“We received a lot of very positive feedback from attendees on the days and the real icing on the cake was Prince Edward visiting the stand on the Wednesday and being taken around our garden. I’d like to thank him, Anglia Farmers, the Royal Norfolk Show and everyone who came to see us for two very positive days.”