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Enjoy stroll among the snowdrops at the Hall

Sarah Cutts and her daughter Poppy, three, among the snowdrops at Lytham Hall where the public can enjoy stunning displays on Sundays.

Sarah Cutts and her daughter Poppy, three, among the snowdrops at Lytham Hall where the public can enjoy stunning displays on Sundays.

The snowdrop season starts on Sunday at Lytham Hall, Ballam Road, Lytham.

You can take the guided trail through the woodland to see stunning displays of snowdrops plus chainsaw carving in action on site.

The price for the trail, which will be repeated on the following five Sundays, is £2.50, children £1.

The hall will also be open for guided tours at noon and 2pm for £4 per person.

Still with all things floral, Carleton Garden Club has a special anniversary this year - its 20th and there will be celebrations at the August gathering.

The club meets on the second Tuesday of each month at the Scout Hall, Poulton Road, Carleton, at 7.30pm.

Anyone interested in joining should visit www.carletongardenclub.webs.com, ring (01253) 356791 or just turn up.

This year’s schedule:

• February 11: Chris Mortimer (Samlesbury), “Garden Dreams” The Making of Mill Barn

• March 11: Catherine Penny (Ribchester), “A Ramble through the Roses”

• April 8: Bill Blackledge (Carnforth), “Plants for your Garden” and plants for sale

• May 13: Members Plant Sales (members only)

• June 10: John Ball (Volunteer at Brockholes), “The Unreserved Reserve”

• July 9: Judy Popley (Knutsford), “Gardens worth a visit”

• August 12: Special 20th birthday celebrations

• September 9: Gardeners Question Time, the club’s “experts” will be on hand to answer your gardening problems.

• October 14: Ken Green (Lancaster), Planting in Shady Areas” and plants for sale

• November 11: Andrew Thornton (Scorton), “A Christmas Wreath”

• December 9: Annual meeting and Christmas Party.

 

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