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Snowdrop Time at Dudmaston...

Snowdrop Time at Dudmaston...
Saturday and Sunday 13, 14, 20 and 21 February 12:00pm – 4:00pm

This February half term join us on Saturdays and Sundays to enjoy the great outdoors with a walk through the Dingle, taking in the snowdrops that tell us spring is on its way. The children can pick up a free '50 things' trail from reception and see if they can identify the animal tracks or make a stick trail.

Caroline Norcott, Events and Marketing Officer, said “The snowdrops have flowered early this year due the unusually mild weather and we can’t wait for our visitors to see them. The abundance of planting we undertook during spring 2015 means that we hope the display will be better than ever so bring along your camera and capture this beautiful flower at its best.”

Feeling hungry after all that walking? The Orchard Tearoom will be open for a warming bowl of soup and a hot drink and reception will be selling snowdrop plants to take home and create your own display.

 

 


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