What to look out for in early Spring

As we approach Spring, there are lots of lovely things to spot around the garden. The snowdrops, crocuses and snowflakes are out, and bees and butterflies have started to be spotted. The Christmas Rhododendron in our woodland is now in flower, and many other flowers are starting to emerge.

There is lots of wildlife to see in the garden including red squirrels, moorhens, long-tailed tits, redwings, bullfinches, treecreeper and sparrowhawk.

Family Activities

We have seasonal self-guided family trails around the garden. They are free with garden entry. At the moment we have the following trail(s):

Springo- Search for signs of Spring around the garden and draw a picture of each spring thing that you see, hear or smell! 

Natural Play Area

We have a new natural play area in the garden. There are six fun play structures: the scramble ropes, plank walk, climbing tree, stump jump, Eucalyptus log and stepping stone walk.