A quiet stroll two minutes from home took us
Built in 1560 is one of only three Tudor houses in the
In the grounds are the most perfect
Sadly, the hall isn't accessible to the public but the bluebells
can be seen by poking your camera lens over the gap in the stone wall.
Hyacinthoides non-scripta is the common bluebell which is frequently found in ancient woodland. It is a protected species in the UK and is classified as one of our favourite flowers.
I didn't trespass and no bluebells were damaged in taking these shots.