GALLERY: In celebration of St David's Day here are our favourite daffodil pictures from across the district - enjoy!

Did you know........ that the daffodil is used as a Welsh emblem because the word for daffodil and for leek are the same in Welsh (Cenhinen = Leek, Cenhinen Pedr = Daffodil). This confusion means that both have been adopted as national emblems.

Friday, 1st March 2019, 11:33 am
Updated Friday, 1st March 2019, 11:37 am
An iconic Northumberland image of daffodils at Warkworth Castle. Pictures by Jane Coltman

Dydd G?yl Dewi Hapus

The picturesque village of Ford. Photographs by Jane Coltman
Blooming Bamburgh.

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The view from Church Hill looking across to Alnmouth.
Having a wander around Wallington.
In the cherry orchard at The Alnwick Garden.
The coastal village of Embleton.
Belsay Hall.
Warkworth In Bloom.
In the woods at Blagdon Hall.
Howick Hall provides a stunning backdrop.
Spring colour in Rothbury.
A spring view in Lesbury.
Daffodils and cherry blossom in Lesbury.
The imposing Warkworth Castle
Alnwick castle seen from Bowburn Park.
Floral Felton!