Spring Time at Marbury

Northwich Woodlands
22nd April 2017

In Marbury Country Park ....

A Spring stroll at this wonderful time in the park to see the spring flowers, including bluebells.

Meets: 10.00 am at the Rangers’ Cabin, Marbury Country Park.

Contact: Mary Jeeves on 01606 77688 for further details.

A former residence of the Smith-Barry family, Marbury Country Park is now managed by Cheshire West and Chester as a country park.

The walks and trails take visitors through the historical landscape which includes the magnificent Lime avenues, Arboretum and raised terraces which provide glimpses of Budworth mere. The ancient woodland, open parkland and streams provide a rich haven for a host of wildlife from Bats to Beetles

Location:

Northwich Woodlands
Marbury Country Park
Comberbach
Northwich
Cheshire
CW9 6AT

WWW: Northwich Woodlands

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