Hay Wood bluebell trail raises hundreds for leading cancer charity
- Credit: Archant
A timber company’s well-attended bluebell walk has raised hundreds of pounds for Cancer Research UK.
More than 600 people flocked to carbon-neutral business Hay Wood Logging Co's event, in Hutton, which raised close to £400 for the charity.
Trail blazers could walk along an interactive route over the Bank Holiday weekend to see the flowers in bloom at Hay Wood, which is estimated to be more than 400 years old.
A festival spokesman said: "We would like to thank everyone who made the 2019 Hay Wood Bluebell Open Weekend a pleasure to host.
"For the first time, the firm accepted donations for teas, coffees and snacks served at the two-day event, raising £380 for Cancer Research UK.
You may also want to watch:
"The business estimates more than 650 people attended the festival and we served more than 300 drinks.
"The company looks forward to 2020 where I'm sure we'll see some familiar and new faces."
- 1 Gates to be replaced as work continues to reopen Marine Lake
- 2 M5 caravan park expansion approved
- 3 Finance boss: What services should council cut for climate emergency?
- 4 Carers complete memory walk for Alzheimer's Society
- 5 Man left with 'significant facial injury' following assault in Weston
- 6 Disruption to school transport due to driver shortage
- 7 Weston's four-day Oktoberfest to begin next week
- 8 North Somerset runners get ready for London Marathon
- 9 Weston Beach Race returns to Weston this weekend
- 10 PICTURES: Weston Moonlight Beach Walk raises £25,000