A wintery walk at Croome

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  1. Membership is such good value! Looks like lovely big grounds for blowing off the cobwebs

  2. Bless Emily and her comment on the statue, the answer of course is “because it was created by a man”. Croome looks like it boasts the most stunning grounds and your photos show it off perfectly on a crisp sunny day. The first snowdrops are such a joy to spot. Ours come out in December with the first daffodils and always look a little out of place with the Christmas decorations, they are flourishing now though.

    Thank you for sharing this lovely place with me on #CountryKids

  3. We visited Croome for the first time last year and fell in love with the place. The grounds are vast aren’t they. One of the volunteers told us how the previous owner had ruined the property before the NT took it over, such a shame #CountryKids

  4. Annabel says:

    I think I might need to take my kids to Croome for the RAF themed playground alone! Your photos are great, such lovely blue skies. #countrykids

  5. It looks like a great place to visit – I love the chinese bridge. National Trust membership is totally worth it. Su #CountryKids

  6. We’ve been here and lived it too. Great photos of your day out x

  7. What an amazing place to visit. I love your photos, clear and crisp. I am still looking for snowdrops in here! #countrykids

  8. We love our National Trust membership too. This looks like a great property and a lovely day out. #countrykids

  9. And I’ve just added Croome to my list of places to visit. Thanks for this post, the pictures are beautiful

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