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Snowdrops in Berkshire and the Surrounding Area

Snowdrops often give an early indication that spring is on it’s way and the delicate white flowers are just beautiful to see during a walk. There are a few places where you can see snowdrops in Berkshire and the surrounding area, below are a few locations.

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Organised Snowdrop Events

Welford Park’s Snowdrop Season, Newbury, RG20 8HU.

From Wednesday 31st January to Sunday 3rd March 2024 the award-winning grounds of this glorious private estate are open to the public to enjoy the swathes of snowdrops, hellebores, aconites and winter flowering shrubs. Gates open at 11am and close at 4pm daily (closed Mondays and Tuesdays). There will be a tea tent for a warm drink and food.

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Snowdrop Weekends at St Botolph’s Church, Swyncombe, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 6EA.

From 3rd February at 2pm – 18th February 4pm 2024. See the snowdrops in the churchyard. Snowdrop Teas will be held on; 3rd, 4th, 10th, 11th, 17th, and 18th February, 2024. Click here for more information.

Places to see Snowdrops in Berkshire

The National Trust site Ankerwycke often has snowdrops (we have never seen them personally) but this is a lovely walk, which is muddy in places during the winter months. On the walk you will see the Ankerwycke Yew – which is believed to be 2,500 years old and apparently also where King Henry VIII courted Anne Boleyn.

National Trust Properties Cliveden and Basildon Park both usually have some snowdrops to admire. We have seen the ones at Cliveden before and they were lovely. I can’t find out exactly when they are in bloom so it might be worth calling ahead to see when they are are at their best.

Snowdrops can also be found at Popes Meadow in Binfield and Lily Hill Park in Bracknell.

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