We were thrilled to be able to host our extremely popular Bluebell Walk for its second year running at the Holywell Estate in Swanmore, Hampshire on Sunday 28th April 2019.

Tickets to this charity event sold out in a matter of hours as hundreds of walkers from across Hampshire were keen to take this unique opportunity to see the mass of Bluebells on display.

Visitors of all ages came along and enjoyed a three-mile charity walk through unspoilt woodland and countryside in the stunning private grounds of Holywell House & Gardens. Many stopped to place a ribbon on the Wishing Tree and followed the nature trail along the route.

The Murray Parish Trust is delighted to announce that we raised a grand total of £3,608.97 which has made a huge difference in reaching our fundraising goals so far this year.

We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who came along to support the charity.
We were honoured to be able to host this event for its second year running with the kind permission of the Earl & Countess of Clarendon.

Thank you also to our volunteers for all their hard work and enthusiasm (as always). We’d like to say a special thanks to a group from Destination Southampton who despite being unable to get tickets made arrangements for an alternative Bluebell Walk on the day to raise additional funds for The Murray Parish Trust.

Watch this space for details of next year’s Bluebell Walk. We will be making an announcement very soon!

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