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Festival of Blossom at Morden Hall Park

Celebrate beautiful blossom and the start of spring at Morden Hall Park

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event

The welcome sight of Blackthorn blossom in late winter brings a sparkle of spring to the park. As the season progresses flowering white blooms of the crab apples trees that grace Bunces Meadow and the North Park in April, lift the spirits as we welcome the start of spring.

Join us from Saturday 20 to Sunday 28 April for the first Morden Hall Park’s Festival of Blossom.

We’ve teamed up with local community groups to offer a host of free events and activities to celebrate this special time of year.

Come and take part in free walks and workshops, enjoy music and dance performances and explore our blossom-themed exhibition in the Kiln Room. Capture and share your pictures with #BlossomWatch using our smart phone photography posts.

More information on the full event programme in the "Upcoming events at Morden Hall Park" website section.

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Upcoming events

Event

Exhibition: The History and Wildlife of Morden Hall Park 

In this new exhibition, written and curated by a young volunteer in the Children and Young People team George Elbogen, discover the story of Morden Hall Park and find out how people care for this special green space today.

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13 Apr 2024
at
10:00 to 16:00
Event

Free Guided History Tours on selected Sunday 

Join our knowledgeable tour guides for a leisurely stroll around Morden Hall Park, you’re sure to learn something new.

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14 Apr to 26 May 2024
at
11:00 to 11:45
+ 6 other dates or times
Event

Festival of Blossom: Walk & Talk with a Ranger 

Come for a guided walk with our MHP Rangers and find out all about work we’ve been up to plant blossom in the park and enjoy the best of the day's blossom. Free, drop-in.

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20 Apr to 27 Apr 2024
at
10:30 to 11:30
+ 1 other date or time
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Festival of Blossom: Wildflower seed planting 

Join us for a green session where you can plant wildflower seeds, take home a pollinator friendly pot and see flowers grow as the sun shines. Free, drop-in.

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20 Apr 2024
at
10:30 to 12:30