March and April are at the cusp of the biggest change in the year – going from winter to spring, often seemingly in a matter of days.
Paul Clayden has the usual fabulous photos along the River, recording the progress into spring – from cormorants to dippers and more: (20+) Paul Clayden Photography | Facebook
Here are some shots from a sunny day in early March along the Byes – bright but still wintry:
And here are some very sunny shots from early April along Glen Goyle, looking more spring-like.
This is where the Woolbrook aka the Bickwell Stream runs – one of the few water courses in the Sid Valley which is not actually a tributary of the River Sid:
Photos taken by Katie Frost: Spring growth in the sunshine along the Glen – Friends of Glen Goyle