Every year, I always look forward to a family walk through our local National Trust garden to see the Snowdrops. We’re fortunate to have a beautiful display on our doorstep – with the gardens and woodlands at Anglesey Abbey always putting on an impressive show. This year, our walk looked a little different with a Winter’s walk around Chippenham Park; a somewhat hidden delight in the corner of the Cambridgeshire countryside.
I’m hopping back a couple of seasons again, this time to revisit the beautiful Georgian market town of Holt in Norfolk. We stumbled upon this little town whilst seeking shelter after getting prematurely rained out during our visit to Sheringham Park.
As I eagerly (and a little impatiently) await the arrival of Spring, I thought it would be lovely to share some picture postcard moments from one joyful Summer’s day spent exploring and discovering the magic of Holkham Walled Garden.
Autumn. Quite possibly one of my favourite seasons. I’m October born and have many fond memories celebrating during the beautiful transition of seasons, the magical shift from the rich greens and colours of summer to the abundance of glorious earthy-golden hues of autumn. It always brings me so much joy to observe and as the years have passed, it feels like such a significant and symbolic time.
Come join us for a sunshine-filled afternoon wander, in our little corner of the countryside…
Imagine my delight at discovering a sea of flowering Lupins at the allotments in my parents village! While taking the shortcut to the village watermill on our family walk, I became completely captivated by these majestic flowers with their bold flower spikes and colourful blooms. It was too hard to resist this joyful scene.