Bluebells Galore at The Abbey
Annual Walk and Open Garden - April 15th
On Sunday, 15th
April, Combermere Abbey Estate is hosting its annual two mile Bluebell Walk
Event, a fun day out for the whole family. The event gives visitors the rare opportunity
to visit the beautiful location of the C12th Combermere Abbey. Walk through dappled
woodlands, beside the picturesque lake, enjoying the sensory delights of carpets
of these fragrant blue native flowers.
The Abbey's walled garden with its magnificently restored Glasshouse will also be open for guests to enjoy - walk through the world's only fruit tree maze, an espaliered labyrinth of redcurrants, gooseberries and over 25 varieties of apple and pear tree, its blossoms are a sight to behold.
Visitors are welcome to bring canine friends on a lead but please note that dogs are not permitted in the Walled Gardens. For garden lovers, there will be a Spring Plant Sale, and delicious hot and cold refreshments are available for all to enjoy.
Gates will open at 1pm and registration for the last walk is at 4pm. The event will close at 5pm. Please wear appropriate footwear for woodland walking and kindly note that the woodland paths are not suited to prams and pushchairs.
Admission costs for the Bluebell Walk are: Adults £5; Children under 16 - £2
Free for babies in carriers. Parking is free of charge.
Combermere Abbey Estate is a privately owned historic estate and family home, with luxury holiday cottages and wedding and events venue. It is located between Nantwich, in Cheshire and Whitchurch, in Shropshire on the A530.
For further information, please contact Heather in the estate office: 01948 662880.