Snow Drop Sundays planned in north Norfolk to mark spring beginning
- Credit: St Margaret�s Church
In the midst of winter nature enthusiasts are looking forward to seeing the shoots of spring appearing early next year.
The famous snowdrop woodlands in Thorpe Market, north Norfolk, are set to begin their appearance as early as February 2018, with thousands of visitors set to make a trip to see them to welcome in spring.
The woodlands and gardens surround St Margaret's Church, who last year saw thousands of visitors flock to the site, as well as a coach full of Dutch visitors.
The Church has launched Snow Drop Sundays, where they will also be putting on an afternoon tea, as well as live music at some events. The events run from noon until 4pm, on February 4, 11, 18 and 25 of 2018.
The Church will also be putting on an exhibition of work by four local artists, as well as offering visitors the chance to take home a piece of spring with plants available to buy at the events as well.
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