Enjoy a stroll among the ‘fairy flowers’ at Baronscourt Estate
Known as ‘fairy flowers', 'witches' thimbles' and 'cuckoo's boots', fragrant bluebells are at their peak at this time of year and the Omagh and District NSPCC Fundraising Committee are offering members of the public the chance to enjoy these stunning little flowers and raise vital funds for the charity, at the annual NSPCC Bluebell Walk at Baronscourt Estate on Tuesday, May 16.
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Baronscourt is a private estate and has been home to the Duke of Abercorn since 1612. Those taking part in the NSPCC walk can enjoy a leisurely stroll around the beautiful grounds and sparkling lake before enjoying refreshments at the end.
You can take part in the signposted walk anytime from 2pm – 9pm (last walk 7.30pm), for a suggested minimum donation of £5 (all proceeds to NSPCC), which includes tea/coffee and a traybake at the end of the walk.
Margaret Mitchell, chair of NSPCC’s Omagh Branch Committee said the annual Bluebell Walk “is a wonderful day out for people of all ages.”