12 photos that capture the true beauty of snowdrops in Lancashire
PUBLISHED: 09:34 31 January 2017 | UPDATED: 14:31 22 February 2017
Where is the best place to view snowdrops in Lancashire?
Lancashire snowdrop photography
Immanuel Church, Oswaldthwistle by Angela Neild
Lytham Hall In February by John Cobham
Snow drops in Chorley by Martin Devine
Snowdrop Day at Hornby Castle by Deborah Ford
Snowdrop in Brock by Steven Kidd
Snowdrop in Southport by Val Jessop
Snowdrop walk; Lytham Hall by Carol Almond
Snowdrops At Bank Hall Bretherton by John Cobham
Snowdrops at Lytham Hall by Louise Dobson
Snowdrops at St Peter's, Heysham by Karol Gajewski
Snowdrops, Bank Hall by Peter Cooper
Springtime In Wycoller by Ann Hartley
After the cold weather of winter, it’s always uplifting to see the first signs of Spring.
The most visual clue of the changing seasons is the arrival of snowdrops, these carpets of white blooms are an elusive experience and only last for a couple of weeks.
The most popular spots to view snowdrops are around some of our stately homes such as Lytham Hall, Bank Hall and Hornby Castle.
The arrival of snowdrops is around the beginning of February, but if we’ve had a mild winter, you might see them even earlier.
Keep a look out for them.
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