Our walk, from Constantine Church afforded us another opportunity to admire the wild flowers. The hedgerows are certainly looking their colourful best this month.
Our route from the Church took us through the outskirts of the pretty village. We followed a stream along a sheltered valley before eventually entering woods by the remains of an old water mill. From there we had a steady climb through mainly beech woods and bluebells.
We made frequent stops to look not only at bluebells but other plants and wild flowers. Our walk ended back at the Church where we had a picnic in a good sunny but breezy spot. (Report by Shirley)
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