I have some flowering, some showing white and some peeping through. They get a daily inspection (by torchlight on weekdays) and they really lift my spirits.
However, I agree that they are performing to their usual timetable (unlike the daffodils and irises which ate a couple of months early). Someone said they actually need a bit of cold to get them going, so hopefully last week's freeze will have done the trick
There are some fully out and have been for a day or two in our church yard here in N Warwickshire. I have one or two crocus and primroses out in my garden so it should not be long before spring now I hope.