Take a stroll through the woods at lunchtime and enjoy
a spectacular bluebell walk
With the bluebells flowering early this year,
Worcestershire County Council's Countryside team are offering
residents the chance to see the wonderful display on show at
Nunnery Wood with a free guided walk.
The walk will take place at 1pm on Wednesday April
25 and last about an hour taking in the fantastic scenery and the
carpet of bluebells which make Nunnery Wood such a spectacular
place to visit at this time of year, as well as learning some
interesting facts about the beautiful flower and the woodland.
Tanya Feasey, Worcestershire County
Council's Assistant Countryside Sites Officer, who will be leading
the walk, said: "This free lunchtime guided walk is a
chance to see the beautiful woodland bluebells in bloom. They are a
picturesque and spectacular sign of spring, so be sure to bring
Those unable to make the guided walk are still
encouraged to visit the woods anytime in the coming weeks to see
the bluebells at their best.
No booking is required, just a pair of sturdy
shoes. The meeting point will be the café foyer at the Countryside
Centre at 1pm. For more information, contact the centre on 01905
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