Two bluebell walks will be held at Norfolk estate in May

PUBLISHED: 15:49 27 April 2018 | UPDATED: 16:04 27 April 2018

Mannington Hall. Pictures: supplied by Rachel Clarke

Mannington Hall. Pictures: supplied by Rachel Clarke


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.

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.

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