Old abbey in bloom for visitors
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Colour for all the family at Hartland Daffodil Day
HARTLAND Abbey is hosting its annual daffodil day on Sunday, March 17.
Visitors will be able to see the abbey’s collection of historic daffodils and early spring bulbs, many of which were planted 150 years ago.
This time of year, the abbey is also bursting with camellias, hellebores, mimosas, wild primroses and violets.
Children and dogs are welcome and parts of the estate, normally closed to the public, will be open.
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The abbey itself will also be open between 11am and 4pm at a small extra charge.
There will be a family treasure hunt, and hot pasties, light lunches and cream teas are also available.
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Entry is £4 for adults, £1 for over fives and free for under fives. Visitors are advised to bring wellies.