Published: 08:59, 12 March 2020
| Updated: 08:59, 12 March 2020
There'll be a dazzling display of nature's finest at Hever Castle next week.
The Dazzling Daffodils festival is back for a third year from Monday, March 16, until Sunday, March 22.
The castle have once again teamed up with bulb expert Johnny Walkers who, along with head gardener Neil Miller, will be giving tours and talks, while visitors can also see the daffs in Anne Boleyn’s Orchard, which is not usually open to the public.
It is also supporting Marie Curie's Great Daffodil Appeal - you can buy a daffodil pin or a daffodil cupcake from the restaurants to help support the charity, whose Marie Curie Nurses give vital care to people living with a terminal illness and their families.
Volunteers from the charity will also be talking about the appeal on Saturday, March 21 and Sunday, March 22 when visitors can find out more about the charity’s work.
A special daffodil cupcake will be sold in the Restaurants during Dazzling Daffodils in aid of Marie Curie with all the sales from the £2 treat going to the charity.
Neil said: "We have found, over the last few years, that these wonderful flowers really bring out the visitors."
For more details go to hevercastle.co.uk
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