Spring is on the way and you may have already seen snowdrops, which are usually the earliest spring flowers to bloom, some as early as January. Traditional spring flowers like tulips, daffodils, and hyacinth begin blooming toward the end of March.
In the spring season, the earth's axis starts to tilt towards the sun and due to the earth's position, the average daily temperatures start to rise, days become warmer and the days get longer.
The weather is starting to improve this weekend according to the forecast, so it's a great time to get out and about and enjoy it.
Here’s a few ideas, for some walks in our wonderful district: