I used to run around here and recently revisited but it was not one of the best ways to spend half an hour as far as I am concerned. Perhaps it is just not one for me. watty
On a rare break in the rain for this very wet and windy month, I took a young visitor for a walk around the park. It was wet underfoot and the grassy areas were flooded , but sticking to the paths had a most enjoyable walk. I have not been for quite a while but nothing much has changed, except... More
Beautiful gardens, meandering pathways, unusual plants flowering even in September! The gardens cover a deceptively large area - you can spend hours here, picnicking, walking admiring the views. Well recommended!
Althoufg quite close to the busy Wilmslow rd you wouldnt know it.. sooo peaceful. Have been bringing my kids here since they were small to relax and escape the traffic. It is a plant lovers dream with so many unusual ones to look at.
Was surprised to find this park so close to Didsbury The little cafe is sweet but have to sit outside with dogs. The planting is fair but maybe needs a bit of an injection of cash and time. The walk on the boards over the marsh to the woods is pleasant. Over all it is a big area, very handy... More
I have been to this park many a time and have to say even when the frost is hard on the ground,you can't help but relax. When the sun shines or the sky is full of snow.grey or even wind,just take a deep breath and forget your worries for a while. There is a little pond at the bottom wich... More
The garden is lovely, very picturesque and quiet however it is a lot smaller than I had expected. Also we had counted on getting a coffee and cake but the cafe was closed.
I frequently visit Fletcher Moss, often pushing my little grandson's pram. It is especially nice in the spring, with early flowers such as snowdrops and croci in bloom. Usually it is quiet and uncrowded. Parts of it are not overly accessible, with narrow stone steps which would inconvenience not only prams but also wheelchairs and those of limited mobility.
I went there with parents to show them a bit of England. Great variety of plants that are pleasant even to my botanically untrained eye.
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