Where are the bluebells...

For many, this is the best time of year to discover local wildlife


Bluebells are starting to bloom in most of the woodlands now, and the paths are drier than last year, but do bring your wellies and bring a walking stick if you need one.


Guided Bluebell Walk, Brampton Wood, Cambridgeshire
Annual Guided Walks to see bluebells and other spring wildlife
Sun 23 April, 10:30am - 12:45pm. Details here
Sat 29 April, 2:30 - 4:45pm. Details here

Short Wood Open Days, Short Wood, Northamptonshire
Come along and visit this beautiful woodland site while the Bluebells are flowering. Guided walks at 11 am and 2:30pm both days.
Friendly volunteers available to help you plan your visit or to talk about how you can help the Wildlife Trust in its work. Details here
Sun 30 April, 10am - 4pm
Monday 1 May, 10am - 4pm

A Walk Around Hayley Wood, Cambridgeshire

A guided walk led by Richard Dowsett. Mainly on grass paths. Walking boots or wellies suggested depending on weathe. Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult.
Tuesday, 3 May 10am - 12pm. Details here.

Learn More

You can also learn more about this amazing plant on our bluebell facts page.

Our woodlands are alive with wildlife at this time of year and there plenty more flowering plants to discover. Find out more on our beyond bluebells page

Bluebells are easily damaged and will not flower if they have been crushed. To conserve these beautiful flowers, please stay on the paths when walking through bluebell woods. Remember that paths can be muddy with spring rains, so wellies or sturdy walking boots may be the best footwear. 

We would love you to share your experiences and memories of bluebells on Facebook, Twitter and of course Instagram. Or share your beautiful bluebell photographs with our Flickr group. Use the hashtag #MyWildLife and tell us where the best bluebell displays are in our three counties.