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Daffodil Day

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Hartland Abbey and Gardens
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Event timing: Mid-March
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A lovely chance to come with the family or friends to see the wonderful collection of historic daffodils, many planted 150 years ago by our ancestors.
Our spring flower days are really good fun days out for everyone including the children and dogs.
Visitors will be able to see not only the daffodils, but also lots of camellias, hellebores, early spring bulbs, mimosas and our lovely wild primroses and violets.
There is plenty of opportunity for a really good walk along stunning woodland paths through wild flowers to the Gazebo, the newly restored Summer House and Blackpool Mill, which starred as ‘Barton Cottage’ in the BBC adaptation of ‘Sense and Sensibility’.

Warming hot pasties, light lunches and really good home made cream teas available in the Old Kitchen Tea Room. Visitors are advised to bring wellies and do please bring lots of dogs!

Flower Day entry prices: Adults £5, Children (age 5-15) £1, Under 5 free.
Entry to the house £4 open 12-3pm
For further information please ring 01237 441496 /441234

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