Winter at Thomas House
As I write this, I can see across to the snow-covered hills beyond the Teme Valley and into Wales. Although it is warm and cosy here and in Acorn Lodge, it’s a hard time for wildlife. Our tame pheasant has been calling regularly around the house since before Christmas, and we have been keeping all the bird feeders well topped up.
The snowdrops and even the daffodils have their leaves well above ground, and in just a week or two we should have our first snowdrops out around the house and down the drive once again.
Why not take an off-season break at the Lodge and come and see for yourselves? The carpet of snowdrops in the churchyard of nearby Stanton Lacey is a famous sight of early spring.