Ealier this year back in July
My Mum (Tracey) and I went to the Lost Gardens of Heligan it was so perfect although they were lots of bees and wasps and a few spider’s (My Worst Nightmare) but other than that it was a dream.
It was lovely just walking around taking photos and listening to the birds and taking shoots of the flowers then come across a little café was night to sit down and enjoy the sun and watch the birds fly around and have a dirt bath then continue by a stroll around the rest of the gardens
It was really nice to get away for a few hours and spend quality time with my Mum.
Me and my mum have decided to go again next year in march.
I had seen that on 1st January 2017 The Lost Gardens of Heligan is Open for Charity The Lost Gardens of Heligan once again opens its gates in aid of local charities on Boxing Day 2016 and New Year’s Day 2017. Whilst no garden admission charges are made on these special days, visitors are encouraged to make a minimum £2 per person donation to this year’s nominated charities.
Here is the link if you’d like to find out more.
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