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Early and Late May Bank Holidays

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Batsford Arboretum
Moreton In Marsh
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Bank Holidays were made for relaxing with friends in beautiful places and preparing for the gardening year ahead so what better place to visit than Batsford? Were bursting at the seams with wonderful plants as well as everything you need for the gardening and allotmenteering year ahead.

Wander through the spring-green arboretum soaking up the early sunshine and enjoying the sights of the blossom and bulbs, then find time for a spot of retail therapy in the Gift Shop and Applestore or treat yourself to a fabulous home-baked lunch or afternoon tea.

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