Kenchester, Hereforshire: Friday & Saturday 28th & 29th January 10:30-16:00
"Escape to this spectacular riverside garden and be absorbed by natural beauty"
It's time to brush off the winter blues and dust down your walking boots at the Weir Garden in Herefordshire.
With the change in temperatures during January the colour of the gardens change to reveal a dramatic landscape but it doesn't last for long.
You can learn about the four families behind the 10 acre walled garden’s transformation and discover the good old days of the 1920s, seeing the gardens through the eyes of the original gardeners and curators.
The ruins of a Roman temple associated with a high-status Roman villa, lie inside the Weir Garden by the River Wye as an octagonal cistern filled by a spring, and a ruined buttress by the river, make up the highest standing Roman ruins in the area.
It provides both an exciting and educational day out for all so why not join the snowdrops and make an early appearance at the Weir Garden this weekend.
Herefordshire Welly-Wanging: Brockhampton Park, Sat & Sun 11:00-15:30
Dig out your wellington boots and enjoy the fresh air of the Herefordshire countryside at the National Trust Brockhampton Estate this weekend.
There are six walking routes on the estate suitable for all ages and abilities and during the winter months when the trees are bare, wildlife is more visible than at any other time of the year.
There will also be a Welly-Wanging competition.
Welly Wanging is a British folk sport requiring competitors to throw their Wellington boots as far as possible and is now a world-wide competitive phenomenon with a set of regulated rules from the World Welly Wanging Association.
You can also pick up a free copy of the '50 things to do before you are 11 ¾' booklet and see what adventures can be had at Brockhampton Estate.
Drivers are being warned to expect difficult driving conditions in the West Midlands this morning due to fog on the roads and poor visibility.
Areas of fog and freezing fog have developed, including some dense patches of fog in places.
Herefordshire and Worcestershire are the areas most affected.
Drivers have been photographed parked on double yellow lines outside of a fire station in Leominster in Herefordshire.
The team at the station posted this tweet earlier this afternoon, to make motorists aware that anyone blocking the road can make it hard for their engines to manoeuvre, especially if they have to leave in an emergency.
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There are reports that the A40 is closed in both directions due to a burst water main at B4224.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning of rain for parts of Herefordshire between 3am and 11.55pm tomorrow (21st November).
The A456 is closed in both directions due to an accident between Lynch Lane (Little Hereford) and the A49 (Woofferton).
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