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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:

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

Wednesday 2nd February 2022 – Sunday 6th March 2022, open Wednesday – Sunday (closed Mondays & Tuesdays), 11am – 4pm. Tickets available online – £9 for adults, £7 for concessions, £4.50 for children over 4 years, free for children under 4 years and £25 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children). Ticket price at the gate – £10 for adults, £8 for concessions, £5 for children over 4 years, free for children under 4 years.Dogs on leads welcome. Marquee serving hot drinks, homemade cakes, homemade soup and a selection of light lunches. There is also a Shepherds Hut on the front lawn serving hot drinks. There is a gift shop. The event supports the following charities; Thames Valley Air Ambulance, National Garden Scheme, Suicide & Co, Friends of Young Carers, Local Community Jubilee Fund.

Click here to visit Welford Park’s website.

Snowdrop Weekends at St Botolph’s Church, Swyncombe, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 6EA. The weekends are held on 12th and 13th February 2020, 19th and 20th February 2020 and 26th and 27th February 2022. 2pm – 4pm. See the snowdrops in the churchyard. Cakes, tea and coffee, jams, chutney and books will be sold. Click here for more information.

The National Trust website states Ankerwycke 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 have some snowdrops according to the National Trust website, 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.

The National Garden Scheme also have gardens opening up on specific dates throughout the UK so you can look at their snowdrops. Click here to discover more snowdrop locations (the only place listed for the South East is Welford Park)

If you are looking for places to walk in Berkshire please click here for some ideas.

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