It is with great sadness that we have to advise that due to a change in circumstances we are not in a position to continue with the Walks & open days. We ran the event for 13 years starting off with a couple of days raising £300 and grew to an annual 2 week event raising £13,000. To date we have raised almost £90,000 for Macmillan and welcomed hundreds of lovely visitors to the farm. We would like to say a huge thankyou to everyone who visited, volunteered & supported the event but its just not possible at the moment, maybe in the future, who knows? In our continued support for Macmillan we are still picking Daffodils to sell, these are at various outlets around our area or larger orders can be collected from the farm. Details on our Facebook page Daffodil Walks or contact Gail 07939 087499. Very best wishes, stay well, please keep in touch on FB! Len, Gail, Howard & the fundraising team xxx
Unfortunately we will not able to open the farm for walks this year due to the virus restrictions, Gail will be making videos around the daffodil fields as the seasons progress, also we will be taking freshly picked daffodils to various businesses in the area to be sold for Macmillan cancer care, details on our facebook page.
It’s with great sadness that due to the Coronavirus threat we have made the difficult decision to CANCEL this years event to protect the health of visitors & volunteers, many of whom are among the more vulnerable.
We are concerned at the loss of funds that we usually generate for Macmillan and hope that you are able to support the charity in other ways. Thanks for your understanding and ongoing support.
We will plan of course to be back for 2021 with the best possible show, and hope you’ll be able to join us then.
Another huge thanks to Helen Rae who takes lovely portraits and photographs in the daffodils and contributes her profits to the Macmillan totals for Daffodil Walks – get in touch with her via http://www.helenraephotography.co.uk/
I’ve just finished planting up around 6,000 more bulbs for our visitors to enjoy, so these should add more colour and variety in the years to come. Get your planting done while it’s still nice enough out!
The fairies are still very active due to the recent mild weather, but with a cold snap on the way they’ll soon be hibernating, ready to be refreshed for the spring.