Bluebell Walks – 2018
Published: Wednesday 11th Apr 2018
Written by: Carol Attwell
It is that time of year again, well slightly later in Kent this year because of the recent spring snow! The bluebell flowers are appearing and many magazines are promoting gorgeous bluebell woods on their covers.
There is nothing better than strolling along the woodland paths amongst these beautiful flowers, taking in their vibrant colour and smelling their fragrance. It is a perfect opportunity to be outside spending time with family and friends. You can make a day of it and find a perfect spot on route for a family picnic or stop off for lunch at a local pub.
There are many walks available; here are a few in Kent and Sussex.
The Heart of Kent Hospice have organised a Bluebell Walk with picnic stop on 6th May this walk is a chargeable event but all money raised goes to the hospice.
The National Trust has various walks on offer Sissinghurst Castle, Chartwell, Ightham Mote, Emmets Garden, Hole Park, Scotney Castle and finally Sheffield Park.
For dates and times check the National Trust website.