Free daffodil walks

Published: March 2, 2015

Kempley Daffodil Weekend, 14-15 March

DaffodilsThe famous ‘Joncil’ daffodils are the focus of the 40th annual Kempley Daffodil Weekend (14-15 March).

Several of the fields around Kempley are carpeted with these small, wild daffodils and are designated areas of special scientific interest.

Three free guided walks are on offer; a seven mile Daffodil Way walk, a four mile Secret Valley Walk and a shorter two mile local history walk. A free bus for the less mobile will run to the daffodil sites every 20 to 30 minutes.

St Edwards and St Mary’s Churches are also open, with an exhibition about those who fell in the two world wars in St Edwards. Stalls and refreshments are available in the Village Hall until 4.30pm.

Donations are invited for St Edwards Church Fabric Fund and Kempley Village Hall Restoration Fund. For more information visit the website at www.daffs.org.uk

 

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  1. Is it possible to come and see the daffodil walks next weekend as unfortuetly we have snow today, and very difficult to get to you.
    I’m also one of Mitcheldeans “walk for health” group,
    l sometimes do extra walks following the blooming of the spring flowers, the local snowdrops have been amazing, so now daffodils, wild primroses, then bluebells and wild garlic, we are very lucky in the forest, although it’s lovely to see new beauty, especially the little wild Daffodils.

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