Eight members assembled in Bunny village for a six mile walk over our county boarder on 5th May. It was a beautiful sunny day as we left the “Rancliffe Arms”. Our walk took us to Bunny Hill which is a managed nature reserve and we were treated to a wonderful display of wild flowers. The woodland floor had a carpet of blue bells intermingled with yellow celandines. We were walked up through the woods, then along and down. Later was seen wild cowslips covering a large section of a grass field. From the top of Bunny Hill, a sea of yellow met our eyes. I counted 20 oil seed rape fields. A panoramic view of the countryside to the north was afforded to us with the church of St. Mary being prominent.
St. Mary Church, Bunny
Members in Bunny Wood