On Saturday I went bluebell hunting in the woods. We took the train to Raynes Park, in South London, and walked to the Fishpond Wood Nature Reserve. The bluebells were a little battered from the rain, and potentially we were a few weeks past their best - but as it was the first day it hadn't rained in a long time, it was a glorious day out! We walked through the woods back to Cannizaro Park in Wimbledon which always has amazing seasonal flowers (and a hotel, if you'd like to take tea), and had a fair share of its own bluebells - the bottom photo is from there. One of my favourite things to do is also to walk around the streets near Wimbledon Common and look at the amazing houses.
Apparently, other places in South London or nearby to spot bluebells include Winkworth Arboretum (although I've heard that's good if you want to share your bluebells with 200 other people), Banstead Woods, Kew Gardens, and in the Pembroke House gardens in Richmond Park. I haven't been to these, though, so let me know if you've got any other suggestions. Have you been bluebell hunting this year?