An annual open day at a wood attracted more than 120 visitors on Sunday.
The day at Dole Wood organised by Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust included guided walks, children’s activities, a plant stall, refreshments and a gift shop.
Volunteer reserve manager Mark Vandome said: “Because all the flowers are late this year it was a very different experience to some years.
“The wood is a delightful experience no matter what time you go to it.”
“I am sure everyone who came had a good time and saw something different.”
The wood is 6.6 acres of woodland to the south west of Thurlby.
Our picture shows volunteer Stuart Strutt, centre, with visitors, from left, Terry and Lynda Connelan, Steph Strutt and Bill Skinner Buy This Photo: MSMP210413-144js