Spring is on its way as snowdrops are in frame

Rosalyn and Sharon Baseley enjoy the snowdrops
Rosalyn and Sharon Baseley enjoy the snowdrops
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Snowdrops are a sure sign that spring is on the way – and hundreds of people have been making the most of the opportunity to admire them in the grounds of Lytham Hall.

The chance to wander among the eye-catching white flowers is available on both Saturdays and Sundays up to and including February 26.

Melanie and Trevor Roberts from Ansdell  take a strioll amid the snowdrops at Lytham Hall

Melanie and Trevor Roberts from Ansdell take a strioll amid the snowdrops at Lytham Hall

A new feature of the popular attraction this year is that the trail is highlighted by a series of frames, allowing visitors to ‘put themselves in the picture’ for a photo opportunity, while for children there is a ‘find the fairy’ trail of 14 hidden throughout the parkland,

Marianne Blaauboer, the Hall’s activity plan organiser, said: “The snowdrop weekends are running through this month and have been well attended with many people commenting about the charm of their visit, with the peace and quiet offering a real contrast to the hustle and bustle of town centres.”

Grounds are open from 10.30am to 4.30pm, with last entry 3.30pm and admission is £3 per adult and free for children.

Further details from www.lythamhall.org.uk

Oliver Bagot with daughter Isabelle, aged five, amid the snowdrops at Lytham Hall

Oliver Bagot with daughter Isabelle, aged five, amid the snowdrops at Lytham Hall

Read more about Lytham Hall here