See the signs of spring emerging on the annual Knaith snowdrop walk. Wander through the woods beside the river Trent and see the aconites and snowdrops in this park-like garden.
St Mary, Knaith will be open so do go in to discover some of its curious and fascinating history.
For the more energetic there is a longer (45 minute) marked walk available towards the unique Gate Burton Chateau which sits on a knoll overlooking the Trent Valley.
After your walk you can enjoy coffee, tea and cakes in front of a cosy fire at Knaith Hall.
Knaith Hall (DN21 5PE) is at Knaith on the A156 Lincoln/Gainsborough road, three miles south of Gainsborough.
The walk is open from 11am to 3pm on Sunday 17th February 2019. Entrance £2.50.
Dogs on leads welcome. Stout shoes or boots are recommended.
The walk takes place by kind permission of Mr & Mrs J Burke and all proceeds are in aid of the church.
For further information please telephone: 01427 611696.
This event is hosted by St Mary
Described as 'odd, but delightful with stunning views of the River Trent, St Mary's curious appearance reflects an intriguing and calamitous history.See church profile
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