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Photo gallery: Snowdrops draw walkers to follow in footsteps of pilgrims at Walsingham Abbey

PUBLISHED: 13:28 23 February 2017 | UPDATED: 13:28 23 February 2017

Poppy Reed in woodland at Walsingham Abbey which is carpeted with snowdrops. Picture: Ian Burt

Poppy Reed in woodland at Walsingham Abbey which is carpeted with snowdrops. Picture: Ian Burt

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They would have marked the paths of pilgrims in medieval times and today the drift of snow white flowers draw walkers to the grounds of an ancient priory.

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