Combermere Abbey Bluebell Walk

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Bluebells at Combermere Abbey
Bluebells at Combermere Abbey

Combermere Abbey held its Bluebell Walk yesterday, a 2-mile springtime walk through glorious ancient bluebell woods with the opportunity to visit the restored Walled Gardens and its unique Fruit Tree Maze and Glasshouse.  

Do you have a group of 20 or more that enjoy walking? You can book a private guided walk for a group of friends or members of a society or organisation for the main bluebell season.

If you are interested please call the Estate Office on 01948 662880 — booking is essential for the group walks and these are on weekdays/evenings only.

Our thanks to Frank Parsons for his photographs taken at Combermere Abbey.

 

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