Two bluebell walks will be held at Norfolk estate in May
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An historic Norfolk estate will be holding two bluebell walks next month.
The Mannington Estate will host the events, which will guided by their countryside warden, Andy Watson.
Laura Stevens, a spokeswoman for the Mannington Estate, said: 'he woods are private so it will be a rare opportunity to glimpse the beautiful display of bluebells.'
The first walk will take place on Sunday, May 6 at 11am, followed by an afternoon walk on Tuesday, May 8 at 2pm. Entry is £3 for adults, children free and £2 to park.
Although the tearooms aren't open on these days, refreshments are available at Itteringham Village Shop and The Saracens Head nearby.
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Mannington will open its gardens for the season on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays from May 27. Mannington Hall is a moated medieval country house in Itteringham, near Aylsham.
To book and for more information, visit www.manningtongardens.co.uk/
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