Cliffe Woods Spring Walk with John Killingbeck
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Cliffe Woods Spring Walk with John Killingbeck

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Join us on a delightful evening walk with John Killingbeck. He will take us on a guided tour of the woods, identifying the spring flowers and any other chance encounters! The bluebells should be at their peak providing a carpet of azure blue flowers.

”The bluebell is the sweetest flower That waves in summer air; Its blossoms have the mightiest power To soothe my spirit’s care”-Emily Bronte

He will explain about the careful management of such a precious woodland and what is known of its history.


  • Friday 3rd May at 5.30pm


  • Meet in the North East corner by the gate
  • Parking is limited so please car share where possible.

Notes about the walk

  • The terrain is uneven but not difficult. We will take it at a steady pace, so all abilities welcome.
  • Paths can be marshy, so please wear suitable footwear
  • Plenty of opportunities to see local wildlife. If you have binoculars please bring them.
  • Due to marshy areas please wear insect repellent if required


North Cliffe Wood Nature Reserve, Sand Ln, York YO43 4XE what3words: whispers.unwind.invoices