Autumn leaves have started to fall and ground is laden with conkers. Our wonderful photographers have been out in force entering our September photography competition.
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There's been sunshine and storms, gale force winds and everything in-between, but that hasn't stopped our wonderful photographers getting out and about this month!
We are well into summer now, with a very confused weather forecast causing sudden downpours and glorious sunshine to fill the meadows with plenty of summer colours.
It's the start of our favourite time of the year. When the butterflies and moths are on the wing, spreading beautiful colour throughout the sky.
In Spring time, the forest floor is a carpet of colour. From blues, purples, green and white, the flowers come into bloom and the wildlife flock to the sweet nectar.
With another scorching week in April, the flowers came into full bloom, birds began to breed and the whole of Brockholes just burst with light, colour and love.
March madness really came into its own this year, with the warm weather hitting us early in February, the blooming time for many of our most popular wildflowers got turned on its head.
February was the month the weather was confused. From snow, to unseasonable high temperatures, it’s been a month of wonderful photograph opportunities, with species not often seen so early on in…
In January we had sunshine, rain, and a lovely sprinkling of snow! Winter was well and truly biting with temperatures dropping and the ground sparkling.