After two fabulous months Ten Thousand Daffodils is entering its final week. Since 24th April our host of golden daffodils has danced and fluttered in the breeze at Lowther Castle and has attracted literally tens of thousands of visitors. We have received some lovely comments from people who have travelled from near and far to witness this unique display and we have been overwhelmed by the response in terms of sales. To date we have sold 12,500 daffodils which means we have raised a whopping £300,000 for our charities! We still have 2,500 left so make sure you order yours while stocks last.
Last Tuesday we welcomed the High Sheriff of Cumbria to Lowther Castle. As High Sheriff Sam Scott engages and supports communities and charities that make a positive contribution to the county and we were thrilled to be able to show her Ten Thousand Daffodils and to tell her all about the success of the project.
We are also excited to announce that the online auction of the large daffodils is now live! To bid for your giant daffodil you will first need to register with H & H Auction house. The auction will last for seven days and closes on 24th June. Details all on our website. Good luck!
Finally we are still looking for more volunteers to help with the packing process back at Lowther Barn so if you can help please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
If you have any questions, or would like to get involved, do get in touch.