Lickey Hills Bluebell Trail Easy Ramble : West Midlands


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West Midlands

This event is no longer available.

Event going ahead: We are now allowed to run outdoor activities. See the Before You Go section for more details

We’ll meet by the Visitor Centre and take a gentle walk for around 1½ hours which is based on the Bluebell Trail but with a few detours along the way to see views, sculptures and other features that Richard can tell you about. There are a couple of short hill sections and some parts can be muddy. There is a cafe at the start and end which has outdoor seating and is currently offering a take out service in line with Covid regulations.

In past years we have found some wonderful displays of bluebells in a number of settings. We hope that 2021 will be as good a year as ever.

Optional Second Walk: For those who are interested in some further walking after lunch, Richard is happy to lead a walk to the top of Beacon Hill in the afternoon. Just let him know on the day if you want to join him for this.

Dogs: This route is dog friendly and there is seating outside the café for those with dogs. So if your dog is “people friendly”, please bring them along!

Meet: We meet in front of the Visitor Centre, Lickey Hills Country Park, Warren Lane, Rednal, Birmingham B45 8ER

This event is organised and supplied by Richard Coulter – Hidden Spaces, whose terms and conditions apply, obtainable on request and for whom Spice act as agent. Those booking enter into a contract directly with Richard Coulter. For availability and bookings contact Spice.

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Lickey Hills Bluebell Trail Easy Ramble
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News: West Midlands

Posted Feb 26, 2021 12:00
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As you may be aware, the rules from Wednesday 2nd December return to the 3 tier system. 
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As you may be aware, the new rules from Monday 14th September say that we are now only allowed to meet in groups of up to 6 people, which on the surface suggests we need to reduce our group sizes back to 6.
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