NATURE lovers had a blooming good time on the annual bluebell walk in Bradley Woods.
The event, run by Woodscape charity last Saturday, was led by Judith Balbontin, who is also a Kirklees healthy walk leader.
She said: "It was absolutely beautiful and the sun even came out.
"For the last two or three years, the bluebells have been absolutely splendid. They seem to get better every year and it was just like a blue carpet under some of the trees."
The 300-acre woodland, which actually comprises four separate woods, can be traced back over 1,000 years to the reign of Edward the Confessor, when Anglo Saxons carved a hamlet from the great tracts of oak, birch and hazel.