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Hills, woods, flowers.
Every year, more and more people visit Badbury to enjoy the carpet of bluebells amongst the beech trees in the area known as Badbury Clump – once an Iron Age hill fort. Usually in flower late April and early May, they’re a welcome sign that spring is well under way and the warmer days of summer aren’t far off.
Please keep to the paths - By keeping to the wide marked paths of Badbury Clump, you’ll be doing your bit to protect the bluebells and ensure that one of our best-loved native flowers continues to thrive here for years to come.
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Badbury Clumps, Faringdon
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a year agoLovely walk! This is newly National Trust so you do have to pay for parking unless you are a member. We took the purple path...downhill away from the car Park but very steep on the way back up.
4 months agoEasy dog walk through woodland. Particularly lovely when the Bluebells are in bloom. Nice views over local area.
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