Arlington Bluebell Walk pictured on 23/4/21.
At the time of the visit, a beautiful white display of wood anemones covered the woodland floor.

Philippa Vine, daughter of John McCutchan, the organiser of the walk. SUS-210423-134554001
Arlington Bluebell Walk pictured on 23/4/21. At the time of the visit, a beautiful white display of wood anemones covered the woodland floor. Philippa Vine, daughter of John McCutchan, the organiser of the walk. SUS-210423-134554001

Arlington Bluebell Walk open for visitors - in a glorious carpet of white!

Arlington’s well-known Bluebell Walk is now open at Bates Green Farm - despite the cold spring delaying the flowering of the plant which gives rise to the famous woodland carpets of blue.

Tuesday, 27th April 2021, 5:43 pm

Instead wood anemones are out in their full glory, giving rise to carpets of white. Organisers hope the bluebells will come out later on.

The Bluebell Walk raises much-needed cash for local charities. Entry this year is £5 per adult, £2.50 per child.

To book tickets, visit www.bluebellwalk.co.uk/book-your-visit

PICTURES BY JUSTIN LYCETT

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