A virtual bluebell walk through the Cotswolds

PUBLISHED: 13:32 04 May 2020

Standish Woods, Gloucestershire is one stop on our virtual bluebell tour of the Cotswolds (photo: Peter Llewellyn, Getty Images)

Standish Woods, Gloucestershire is one stop on our virtual bluebell tour of the Cotswolds (photo: Peter Llewellyn, Getty Images)

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Fragrant bluebells are carpeting woodlands across the Cotswolds as we speak but we can’t leave home to seek them out like we normally would. So, we’ve put together a virtual bluebell walk to tide you over

Take a virtual stroll through Frith Wood and you might spot a roe deer between the trees.

Roe Deer

See the grand backdrop of Croome Court as you admire the bluebells that have sprung up on the rolling grounds.

Croome Court

You’re half expecting a fairy to flit across this photograph snapped at Siccaridge Wood.

Siccaridge woods

Dappled sunshine highlights patches of bluebells throughout the Lower Woods Nature Reserve.

Bluebells in Lower Woods-1

How inviting is this bluebell-flanked pathway at Coughton Court?

Bluebells at Coughton Court

The enchanting Lassington Wood is carpeted with bluebells at this time of year.

Lassington Wood April 2016

At this time of year, everywhere you look, there will be a mixture of beautiful flora to gaze upon, like here at Woodchester Park.

Bluebells and Wild Garlic

Densely-packed trees protruding from the forest floor provide a fairytale scene at Foxholes Nature Reserve near Burford.

Blue & green

The advent of bluebells means that spring is in full swing and summer is almost here.

Bluebells

They’re one of our favourite flowers.

Bell stands up to tree

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