Category: Photos

Guided Walk around the Heath 2017

Unfortunately, 10th September’s Guided Walk has been cancelled because of illness. You can read a guide here and see some pictures of the route here.

Posted in Ariston site, Beech Bottom Dyke, Features, History, Photos, Trees, Wastes

Native and Spanish bluebells

Bluebells have appeared on the Heath early this year and there are two general types – native and Spanish, but can you tell the difference?  The picture (above left} shows the Spanish type which is more prolific with upright stems,

Posted in Photos

Early morning on the Heath

Posted in Photos

Cyclamen – an unexpected delight

These hardy, but small, cyclamen flowers usually appear in autumn and winter and were found in a shady spot on the western side of the Heath.

Posted in Photos

A grand spring opening

‘Sticky buds’ coming into leaf, with flower buds. Click on the left-hand image and move through the sequence using the arrow or right-arrow key The horse chestnut, which might be thought native to the British Isles as it is so

Posted in Photos, Spring, Trees

Spring is on its way!

… daffodils, crocuses and snowdrops too, if you know where to look on the Heath. See more >

Posted in Photos

A guided walk on Bernards Heath
in pictures

Yes, you will need boots to walk around the Heath in January, but when we walked it on a warm October day (remember them?) following our guide, any footwear would have done. Here’s a taster of what to see walking

Posted in Features, Photos

Rainbow over Bernards Heath

Does the rainbow over the Lower Field herald a change in the very mild weather we’ve had of late?  Well, the temperature today (7 January) dropped to a maximum of 9°C, by contrast with the run of mild and dull

Posted in Photos, Weather