A group of us spent a couple of pleasant hours in the copse - we were on a mission to lay reptile mats, identify birdsong, and look for butterflies. It seemed like the warmest day of the year so far.
It was a perfect morning - the woodland floor had new growth including some baby nettles (they'll grow and get meaner no doubt!) but the paths were still easy to find and follow. The trees were just starting to come into bud. Hutchcomb's Copse seemed to be breathing in the sunlight and bursting into life.
I won't say more - let the pictures speak for themselves !
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