Posted: Thu 2nd Mar 2023

Join the early risers for a unique Mother’s Day treat: Hawarden Estate’s dawn walk and breakfast

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Mar 2nd, 2023

Early risers are invited to join the first-ever Spring Equinox Dawn Walk on the Hawarden Estate.

The walk will take place on Sunday, 19th March, a day before the Equinox, to allow more people to attend on a Sunday than on a Monday.

The event also coincides with Mother’s Day, offering a unique opportunity to celebrate the special day.

The walk will start at 5.30 from Hawarden Farm Shop and head through the private estate, culminating in a breakfast cooked over fire at a beautifully styled table at the farm shop.

Hawarden Estate is a historic location that offers spectacular views. The walk provides an opportunity to watch the first sunrise of Spring and explore the estate’s variety of flora and fauna, making it an excellent location for a spring walk.

Tickets for the Spring Equinox Dawn Walk are priced at £20 per person, and early booking is recommended to avoid disappointment.

The event promises to be a unique experience for nature lovers. The chance to witness the start of spring in such a scenic location is an opportunity not to be missed.

Hawarden Estate has been hosting various events throughout the year, such as guided tours, afternoon teas, and cookery classes.

The estate also boasts an extensive range of facilities, including a farm shop, gift shop, gardens, and play areas.

Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email: [email protected]
Latest News

  • Call for local residents to help shape Rivertown Church’s ambitious plans for new community hub
  • Let’s Eat Cake fundraiser raises over £10,000 for children’s hospice
  • RoSPA: One in three UK homes lacks essential carbon monoxide alarms

  • More...

    Call for local residents to help shape Rivertown Church’s ambitious plans for new community hub

    News

    Let’s Eat Cake fundraiser raises over £10,000 for children’s hospice

    News

    RoSPA: One in three UK homes lacks essential carbon monoxide alarms

    News

    E. Coli: 27 cases confirmed in Wales with outbreak linked to salad leaves in some supermarket sandwiches

    News

    Flintshire trailer theft suspects arrested in Lancashire

    News

    Joint police operation nets three drug arrests in Shotton

    News

    Action-packed racing at Chester on Saturday with Novice Stakes opener

    News

    RSPCA Cymru calls on public to help save wildlife from hazardous nets

    News

    Over 60 volunteers unite for Mold Spring Clean, collecting more than 100 bags of waste

    News