(This is the second post about bluebell woods in the North Bucks Wanderer’s stomping ground. The first post is here.)
It was Saint George’s Day. I had already visited two woods that day, this was the third and last.
Hollington Wood is privately owned, and although there are no footpaths through the wood, there are two permissive paths that are nearly always open. The wood is a couple of miles South of Olney, not far from the A509. It has a very nice display of bluebells this year, including at least one albino example.
I drove up the back road to Olney, then came out South from the town and back towards Milton Keynes. I turned left on to the Newport Road, about 250 yards past the Newton Blossomville turn. The Newport Road was the old main road, now bypassed.