March 28th & 29th,2020,10 - 5pm

Author: Jennifer Thick

This event will beheld on the same weekend as in previous years. As usual, there will be trading tables in the hall selling a variety of goods such as cards,jewellery,home - made cakes,second hand books etc (all tables have been taken). This year, there will be two walks to see the wild daffodils, one in the morning at 11am and one at 2.30pm. Where they go will depend on where the best daffodils are.The morning one will be about an hour and a half and the afternoon one about an hour with an option to go further. Dogs are welcome on leads and walks are undertaken at your own risk. For those people unable to go on a walk, information is available re routes to see the daffodils from a vehicle.More information on the walks nearer the time. Light refreshments are available including bacon baps and the popular cream scones. For further information please contact Jenny Thick on 01531 890453 or email


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