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Here are 5 places to see bluebells in Berkshire this year

PUBLISHED: 14:44 08 April 2019 | UPDATED: 14:44 08 April 2019

Bluebells by Gavin S (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0) via flic.kr/p/4HhQ4R

Bluebells by Gavin S (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0) via flic.kr/p/4HhQ4R

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Come mid-April and the turning of the season, bluebells begin to bloom. Here's where you can see them in Berkshire

Sulham Woods

You can follow marked trails for a stroll around this woodland near Tidmarsh with bluebells blooming every spring. Car park on Sulham Hill Road.

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Basildon Park

The woodland at this National Trust property changes colour each spring with the ‘green’ and ‘blue’ parkland walks the best to spot bluebells.

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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.

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Popes Meadow

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.

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Cliveden

Another National Trust-owned area, the Cliveden estate brightens up with blue each spring, with various bluebell walks on offer.

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