Sunday, February 5, 2012

Snowdrops at Rode Hall

It was a spur of the moment decision to put the cameras in the car, accompanied by tripod and steadicam for a visit to Rode Hall in Cheshire on a very cold but sunny winter's day in early February, a day before the long expected snow arrived. Rode invites visitors to its mile long snowdrops walk each year from late January through until early March, showing off its many varieties of snowdrop, crocus and even a few early daffodils.
The resulting short film can be found on YouTube so as to share what can be experienced at Rode including the spectacular view across the frozen lake and the abundant wild life.

But while there, be sure to have a lunch including the most delicious home made pies! At any time of the year, Rode Hall is worth a visit, privately owned by the Baker Wilbraham family, whose current representatives are often present to help their visitors enjoy the very best of experiences. This family have enjoyed continuous occupation of Rode Hall since 1669, three years after the Great Fire of London.

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