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Time to stop and reflect at Dudmaston

By Black Country Bugle  |  Posted: February 14, 2014

Dudmaston Volunteer Denzil Spittle amongst the snowdrops at Dudmaston

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DUDMASTON Hall, a local National Trust property, are inviting visitors to take the opportunity to get out in the fresh air and join them as they host their popular snowdrop walks through the Dingle on 15, 16, 22 and 23 February.

Visitors will have the opportunity to take in views from this ancient woodland that are not available to see at any other times of the year and with this in mind they will be provided with the opportunity to compare views sketched by Miss Elizabeth Sheppard and see if they agree with her interpretation.

Visitor Experience and Conservation Manager Tessa Lovell said, "the Dingle is a beautiful place for a walk at any time of the year, but the snowdrops bring added beauty and are a welcome sight at this time of year indicating that Spring is on its way.

"Our tearoom will also be offering some fantastic food to warm visitors after their walk. We are looking forward to welcoming everyone back for the first time in 2014."

Dudmaston is a National Trust property situated approximately 3 miles outside of Bridgnorth, covering over 3,000 acres which includes managed woodlands, four mixed agricultural farms, the village of Quatt, Dudmaston Hall and gardens. Dudmaston has been in the same family for over 850 years and is still home to the family today.

Winter park, shop and tearoom

Adults £3.00

Children £1.50

Family £7.50

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