As part of the Greensand Country Festival, explore Maulden Wood in Spring when it’s looking its best with stunning displays of wild flowers - especially bluebells.

Learn about the woodland’s wildlife, history and management on this guided walk.

  • Meet at the entrance to the woods in the A6 lay-by
  • Sensible footwear recommended
  • Limited numbers of children are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult
  • Secure parking available for £1 per car in The Working Woodlands Centre (opposite entrance to the woods)
  • Tickets - adult £4/ child £2 with proceeds supporting the conservation work of The Greensand Trust

This event is one of multiple events taking place across Greensand Country as part of the Greensand Country Festival this month. Defined by the Greensand Ridge, the new name for the distinct, beautiful and loved countryside from Leighton Buzzard to Gamlingay, Greensand Country is rich in wildlife and cultural heritage just waiting to be explored. If you’d like to find out more about Greensand Country and the future of this landscape, please come and see us during today’s event. For further details and booking information visit www.greensandcountry.com/whats-on

The festival is being organised by The Greensand Country Landscape Partnership, led by the Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity and  The Greensand Trust, and is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. It is made possible by National Lottery players; without them we couldn’t fund the project.

 

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Ticket Quantity Price

Adult woodland walk

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Child woodland walk

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