What could be more English than a bluebell wood in April? It's one of those things that marks the seasons like asparagus in May or strawberries in June.
We made a point last week of visiting a lovely wood on the outskirts of Bristol where the bluebells bloom at this time of year - but shh, don't tell everyone as it's a local secret.
It's a great place for a walk at any time of year and I've made a handy Google map to guide you to my secret haunt - but if you can't make it then take a virtual walk through the bluebells with me.
First park in the small car park at Abbots Pool. If you walk on down the track, you'll pass the lake where you can dabble and look for tadpoles in the springtime.
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