Three Places to See Daffodils this Spring

Spring is nearly here, and at this time of the year we are reminded of the joy that we have to look forward to, as nature starts to wake up from its winter sleep. Getting out for a walk at this time of the year is a great way to enjoy all of that positive energy, and even if you are not very mobile, using mobility aids like these can help you to get out and enjoy nature’s displays in the spring time.

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One of the most loved symbols of the spring of course are the beautiful bright daffodils. If you want to go and see some of these lovely flowers, there are many places in the UK where you can do this. Here are a few of them…

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Cumbria – In the Lake District in Cumbria, you can follow in Wordsworth’s famous footsteps in Ullswater, and head into Brigsteer park to see swathes of golden daffodils in this beautiful setting.

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Gloucestershire – The Newent and Dymock daffodil trail takes you through countryside and ancient woodlands as you take in the many daffodils on this famous walk known as the golden triangle due to the many daffodils in the area.

Suffolk – Head to Butley, in the Suffolk countryside – on the edge of Rendlesham forest walk through the beautiful trees, which includes some of the oldest in Europe, where the floor of the woodland is carpeted by the many nodding yellow daffodils.