small wild daffodils grow freely in many fields and the surrounding
woods and can be enjoyed on the circular 'Daffodil way' footpath
covering approximately eight miles. The daffodils may be seen from the
roads between Newent and Dymock which pass through the village of
Local maps are available from the village hall showing the sites of specific interest where daffodil fields can be seen.
daffodls were picked by local children and sent by train from
Gloucester to London for the hospitals and to be sold in the markets.
Each bunch had to have the same number of flowers and leaves and were tied with raffia.
Several of the fields around the village are carpeted with daffodils and are designated Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs).