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“garden club outing”
Review of Colesbourne Park

Colesbourne Park
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Reviewed 17 February 2014

What a place... well worth the time spent in the coach to get there and our party of 37 was easily accommodated in the ten acres of park and gardens. Wonderful display of a myriad of snowdrop varieties as well as spring flowering cyclamen and yellow aconites. The modest tearooms had grand oil paintings and the plant sales were irresistible..

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Reviewed 10 February 2014

Colesbourne Park was started by Sir Henry John Elwes and the Park now has 250 varities of snowdrops. There are open days for the public iin this beautiful area of the Cotswolds. the snowdrops are planted in masses through the arboretum and lakeside landscapes.
teas and toilets available as well as home made cakes. Also sales of snowdrops and other plants.
Just off the A40 it is easy to find if you follow a good map. Lovely day out.

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