Autumn Walks round Bedgebury

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Even with all the fog I got the opportunity to go explore Bedgebury, and to this day feel honour to have been part of the Forestry Commission Ambassador group. Going back was a chance to check out the Autumn colours, after a short walk up popped a sign that sent us off course.

I love the crunchy leaves and long walks, great for building up mileage and burning off some extra calories. Although the ground was slightly muddy in places there are plenty of gravel paths to stick too and route suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs.

This autumn in selected forests there is a new addition of a giant loom that visitors are encourage to add too. I look forward to taking a look upon our next visit and get some pictures to share with everyone. 

Selected Forests include:
  • Abbots Wood, Sussex
  • Symons Yat Rock, Forest Of Dean
  • Jeskyns, Kent
  • Alice Holt, Hampshire
  • Bedgebury, Kent
  • Haughmond Hill, Shropshire
  • Whenever, Buckinghamshire
  • Kildare Castle, Northumberland
  • Whinlatter, Lake District
  • Grizedale, Lake District
  • Wyre, Worcestershire
  • Westonbirt, Gloucestershire
  • Leigh Woods, Near Bristol

My local is Bedgebury, which is a lovely walk and has stunning colours in the Autumn.

Distance: 1.5 miles
Time: 1 - 1.5 hours

*There is parking charges at Bedgebury.

Why not check out the other forests on the top 10 Autumn trail list.


Getting up close to nature there was an awful lot of spider webs about, but how can you be scared when they look so beautiful when they have caught the morning dew. (ok, I maybe had to proper scan the area before getting down to take photos!)


Could not end the visit without the chance to go see my favourite character, which Samuel and I loved seeing get made, and look a 'child' to join him! How insanely cute!

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