Wordless Wednesday – Daffodils: A visual antidote


View of the Gothic Folly from the edge of the Parterre at Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire


View of the north side of the Hall from the Patterre

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Wimpole Hall is owned by the National Trust. In a statement about the coronavirus (COVID-19) on Tuesday 17 March 2020 the National Trust said that …

Although Wimpole Hall, Farm, restaurant, visitor welcome, shops are now closed until further notice, the gardens and parkland remain open for people to enjoy, while observing social distancing measures.

*** UPDATE ***

Sadly, as of Sunday 22nd March Wimpole (and all other NT houses, parks and gardens) is completely closed to visitors.

Hope you enjoy the photos!


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6 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Daffodils: A visual antidote

  1. I have always loved daffodils, and these are magnificent. So bright and cheery … just what is needed in such difficult and challenging times.

  2. Nature at it’s finest. I hope many more people will benefit from the healing power of the great outdoors.

  3. Eliza Waters says:

    Ah, these photos have done my heart good today – thank you!

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