Friday, 23 January 2015

The Snowdrop Walk - Norton Priory - Feb 7th

The Snowdrop Walk is a special day to remember the babies and children who have died and the children who are bereaved each year. 

On 7th February 2015 Norton Priory will open the stunning Walled Garden between 12 noon and 4pm, exclusively for Child Bereavement UK.  It will be available for you to explore at your leisure with the addition of a children's Treasure Hunt where they receive a fun-filled goody bag at the end.

Snowdrops are available for purchase on the day and charity staff and volunteers will be on hand to help with the planting at a dedicated area within Norton Priory.

Refreshments will be available from the traditional Straw Bale building.

Booking isn't required, please just turn up on the day between 12pm and 4pm.

Entrance fee is £2.50 Adult, £1.50 Children & Concessions, Under 3's are FREE

Less than 30 minutes by car from Chester, Liverpool and Manchester. From M56, jct 11 turn for Warrington and follow the Norton Priory signs. From all other directions follow the "All other Runcorn Traffic" and then the Norton Priory Signs.

Norton Priory Museum & Gardens, Tudor Road, Manor Park, Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 1SX
Tel: 01928 569895


  1. That's a lovely idea - such a beautiful place.

  2. What a lovely way to let people know they, and their loss, is not forgotten.

  3. That means so much because we have been there.

  4. I thought of you when I began to read the preview on my list of blogs and then of course found it was your blog. Now I shall never look at snow drops without thinking of you. They are my favorite spring flower -- always have been.

  5. What a wonderful way to remember those little ones. Today marks the 11th anniversary of my sweet nephews passing...perfect post for us today..thank you.

  6. What a lovely way to remember. Thanks for sharing this!


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