Next month (April), the Ipswich Group of the Suffolk Wildlife Trust is extending a warm welcome to any local people who want to learn more about, and enjoy, the county’s plants and animals with a day of events.

In the morning of Wednesday 26th April, people are being invited to book to visit one of Suffolk’s finest places to see bluebells – Bradfield Woods near Bury St Edmunds. The tour will be led by one of the wardens who manages this ancient woodland so people can find out what it takes to keep the bluebells flowering and hopefully spot a range of other plants and woodland birds.

In the evening there is a very special illustrated talk by local wildlife enthusiast Pam Evans who decided the best way to truly experience Suffolk’s wonderful plants and animals was to undertake a walk from Lowestoft to Flatford.

Prices from £3 to £5 and everyone is welcome regardless of whether they are a member of SWT. Full details can be found by selecting Ipswich on the local group filter of this website: www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/events