Howe Wood is a bluebell wood, the bluebells come out around the second week in April and last till the end of May. This is one of the more spectacular woods that I've found.
The wood itself is private property but the extent of the bluebell coverage is easy to see from the road.
There is plenty of space to park at 52°2.284N 0°10.860E, unfortunately this area is a favourite with fly tippers and it's not uncommon for there to be a lot of rubbish strewn around.
If the bluebells aren't out then the view to the north is pretty good on a clear day. You can actually see Ely Cathedral from here (25 miles north)
The cache is a plastic box with a blue lid.
- Log book & Pen
- Coloured pencils
- AA batteries
- 3d puzzels
This is my first cache - let me know what you think.