Alice Holt is one of my favourite places to take the kids, especially on a cold Autumnal day when it’s lovely and quiet. The kids ran free, collected sticks, built dens and generally has a great time together.
The forest is magical this time of year, full of the biggest acorns we had ever seen, pinecones and vibrant red and yellow leaves. It made for the perfect Sunday morning, we might even go back next week.
We spent a long time looking at the pretty Autumn leaves and wondering why some trees stay green.
Do you know why leaves change colour?
If you were admiring the hats, they are from BHS and are adorable. I LOVE them. I bought those and lots of fab Christmas gifts with a voucher I was sent for testing some school uniform which is also still going strong and still white!
I am a Forestry Commission Blogger and have an annual pass to Alice Holt.
Linked to Country Kids at Coombe Mill.
That looks like so much fun. We love going to the forest too.
It is the BEST place!
Loving the look of those hats and Alice holt woods. The woods always makes for a great day out and you never quite know what adventure the children will create for themselves till you get there, every time it is a bunch of leaves, twigs or something else which dictates the pace of the day. Thank you for linking up on Country Kids
Thanks for having me!
Love your photos! Looks like a brilliant day.
we love forests too, that looks like fun. I used to live near Alice Holt but never visited. Now I have a child it would be a perfect day out
brinabird and son
Look at that collection of sticks! Impressive!