I searched the internet for the best place locally to see snowdrops and Lydiard Park came highly recommended. I have visited in the past, when we used to come down to visit our son- indeed we have even stayed in the hotel in the house here, and brought my Mum from Wales to see the family, and youngest son to help when we were left in charge of grandchildren. So this walk held many special memories for me, even though I strolled by myself I felt I had company.
https://www.lydiardpark.org.uk/ link for more history of the park.
A wonderful house as you can see, open to the public… one day.
Rather nice lake- once upon a time there was a mill under there, now gone in the interests of beauty.
I was quite taken with this structure which was a cold bath , once much the rage, like sea bathing.
Don’t think I would fancy this myself- couldn’t have a decent swim for a start and I bet it was none too hygenic.
Rather nice views- somewhere in the distance is our house.
Where is the best place for you to see the first flowers of Spring?