After a very long and snowy winter and with the clocks going forwards, surely spring is on its way? The days are certainly getting longer.
Over winter, it is easy to huddle away in a cosy, warm home, with comforting winter food. As spring arrives and the sun comes out, it is nice to get out and about, whatever your interest, whether it is walking or days out. Flowers are beginning to bloom, trees are thinking about waking up and the days are a fraction warmer. All these are good for your soul and the way you feel. It is like you could almost touch the summer days.
When living near Bury St Edmunds, during spring, we used to like to go walking around our local meadows on the edge of Elmswell, Nowton Park, the Abbey Gardens and the market. Now spring means being able to tidy up our garden, doing those outside jobs, going out for peaceful walks around our local area here in County Longford in the heart of Ireland and having the occasional day away from Bramblewick House. These days out include visiting local parks/houses, and strolling around bog walks that will soon be alive with birdsong and carpeted with a thick mat of flowering heather as well as traveling slightly further afield to the coast and other attractions. We particularly like walking around many of the lakes in the Midlands, several of which allow fishing.
To celebrate that spring is almost here and to launch that we have just joined WLBSE, we would like to offer badge holders 15% off glamping when booking before 31 May, this will be valid on stays during 2018. Use this code WLBSElaunch.
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