Here are 5 places to see bluebells in Berkshire this year
PUBLISHED: 14:44 08 April 2019 | UPDATED: 14:44 08 April 2019
Come mid-April and the turning of the season, bluebells begin to bloom. Here’s where you can see them in Berkshire
You can follow marked trails for a stroll around this woodland near Tidmarsh with bluebells blooming every spring. Car park on Sulham Hill Road.
The woodland at this National Trust property changes colour each spring with the ‘green’ and ‘blue’ parkland walks the best to spot bluebells.
Moor Copse Nature Reserve
Located between Theale and Pangbourne, Moor Copse is home to spring flowers, birds and butterflies and hold a bluebell walk on 27 April this year.
With open parkland and good road access, Popes Meadow in Binfield is a great spot to tuck in to a picnic whilst enjoying the bluebells.
Another National Trust-owned area, the Cliveden estate brightens up with blue each spring, with various bluebell walks on offer.
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