Exmouth's A la Ronde throws open doors for Heritage Day
DAFFODILS, a pirate, free gifts and preserving Exmouth s A la Ronde for future generations attracted scores of visitors to the attraction's Heritage Day.
DAFFODILS, a pirate, free gifts and preserving Exmouth's A la Ronde for future generations attracted scores of visitors to the attraction's Heritage Day.
The unique house threw open its doors to the public over the weekend and encouraged people to leave their cars at home by offering free gifts to those who used green transport.
The heritage open day followed the theme of 'treasure forever' and pirate captain Jack Sparrow showed visiting youngsters how to make treasure maps.
Visitors also made light cards to measure the effects of sunlight on objects, and learned how the property cares for its treasures.
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And hundreds of daffodil bulbs were planted by volunteers around the meadow and perimeter walks, continuing the property's spring walk.
Everyone who rolled up their sleeves was given a certificate, with their name going into the property's Book of Gifts.
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