Things to see & do
Snowdrops are the first bulbs to bloom and show signs of life after the winter months, flowering between January and March. Creating carpets of white, these delicate plants are a reminder that spring will soon be on its way. To ensure you don’t miss out, here are our top spots for snowdrops in the East of England.
If you're stuck for ideas of what to do this February half-term, then let us inspire you. From outdoor adventures, trails and crafts - why not take the opportunity to tick off some of your 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾? Take your pick from our range of family events this half term.
Plan your perfect Valentine's
From spending time together in the great outdoors to finding an impressive backdrop to wow your loved one with, the countryside, coast, gardens, parks and buildings we care for have everything you need for an extra special day out this Valentine's Day.
The days may be short and cold but there's some spectacular wildlife to be seen at Wicken Fen during the winter months. From winter wildfowl, bitterns, starlings, and waxwings to name just a few. Then when the snow arrives, look out for animal tracks from deer and otters. The amazing winter sunsets over Sedge Fen are also not to be missed - don't forget your camera!
Walking, running, cycling, geocaching and more. Whether you enjoy getting fit or have a special interest such as bird watching or fishing, take your pick from a range of activities in the landscapes we care for - it's easy to make the most of being outdoors with us.