Many of you will be aware of William Wordsworth’s famous Daffodils poem. Written in 1804 and first published in 1807, the inspiration for the poem actually came to him on a walk with his sister Dorothy in April 1802, as he wandered along Glencoyne Bay at Ullswater where he saw them ‘fluttering in the breeze’. Nowadays, the daffodils seem to come much earlier than they did in the early 19th Century and the best time to see this fantastic eruption of yellow in Wordsworth Country is probably over the next few weeks.
Paul Johnson is a Director at Kendal Holiday Cottages.
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