A fascinating woodland walk from Brandon Reach Nature Reserve to Coombe Abbey Country Park near Coventry, Warwickshire
Take in unspoilt meadows, rolling countryside and panoramic views over Draycote water. This gentle walk through quintessential Warwickshire bursts with nature and wildlife. From the pretty, historic village of Dunchurch walk towards Southam along the Southam road. Pass over the
Over the last few weeks we’ve been exploring local meadows to discover the beauty, magnificence and majesty of all the different wild orchids growing there.
A wonderful riverside route into the heart of Oxford, and then returning via the historic Oxford Canal and the wild, natural Port Meadow.
If you go down in the woods today you certainly will be in for a big, happy, surprise. The Bluebell display at Badby Woods is magnificant.
Take in Oxford Botanic Gardens and then walk through Christ Church Meadow for the complete nature fix.
All over the UK there are beautiful coronation meadows you can visit to contemplate the natural beauty of a wild flower meadow.
If you conjure up an image of a quintessential English house and gardens you’ll imagine something close to Coton Manor House Gardens.
Stratford Upon Avon in Warwickshire is well worth a visit at any time of year. It’s particularly magical in Winter.
Woods are interesting, they’re quiet, peaceful and packed with nature.
They are also constantly changing. They show us the cyclical nature of life, continuing to provide sights that inspire us. The falling leaves in Autumn remind us of the importance of letting go. The winter encourages us to find stillness. In Spring we start over again.