The private gardens at Canterbury Cathedral were opened to the public. People were allowed to wander and explore the green spaces which are normally closed.
The event aims to raise thousands of pounds for charity. The Very Rev Robert Willis, Dean of Canterbury, explains why hundreds visited the Cathedral over the weekend.
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