THE annual open day of the ancient fig garden in Tarring is on Saturday from 10am to 5pm.
People can view the garden, which lies within the grounds of Bishop’s Garth, South Street, Tarring, a Grade II listed building and 1 & 2 The Fig Garden, Bishop’s Close for free. The fig trees are known to have existed in 1745, although local tradition suggests that they may have been originally planted much longer ago in the days of the Archbishop Thomas Becket (1120 to 1170).
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