Daffodils galore at Hartland Abbey
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Head to Hartland for a real splash of spring colour.
HARTLAND Abbey is hosting its annual daffodil day on Sunday, March 16.
Visitors will be able to see the abbey’s collection of historic daffodils, many of which were planted 150 years ago.
This time of year, the abbey is also bursting with camellias, hellebores, early spring bulbs, mimosas, wild primroses and violets.
Children and dogs are welcome and parts of the estate normally closed to the public, including the abbey itself, will be open.
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Hot pasties, light lunches and home made cream teas will be available.
Entry to the grounds: Adults £5; children (age 5-15) £1; under 5 free. Entry to the house £4; open 12-3pm.
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