Stunning Snowdrops and a well-earned fork at Bagthorpe Hall

Gina Moreton of Bagthorpe Hall, near Bircham was presented with a hand fork from the Norfolk National Garden Scheme for opening her beautiful Snowdrop Walk for the past 20 years, raising thousands of pounds for the nursing and health charities that the Scheme supports.  Gina treasures the towel she received when she opened for 10 years and was delighted to receive the matching fork.

Gina Moreton of Bagthorpe Hall
Gina Moreton holding her 10 year trowel & 20 year fork

Opening this coming Sunday, the delightful circular walk meanders through a woodland area which is carpeted with naturally growing snowdrops and aconites and returns through the old walled garden. Children and Dogs are welcome.

Gina who lives at Bagthorpe Hall with her husband Donald said, “The snowdrops look as good as ever and seem to have been totally unaffected by last summer’s drought”.

Bagthorpe Hall
Snowdrops carpet the woodland floor

Bagthorpe Hall, Bircham, King’s Lynn, PE32 6QY will be open this coming Sunday 19th February 11-4pm £5 chd free. Light refreshments will be available.