MONDAY 15th MARCH, 10am-3.30pm

Have you ever seen a yellow sea? If not, head with Stroud Valleys Project to Betty Daw’s Wood, where the carpet of sunshine yellow wild daffodils is certainly a sight to behold.

Beautiful carpets of wild daffodils, wall to wall sunshine (we hope!) and lovely company of likeminded people – the perfect way to discover hidden natural history gems. ‘Daft about daffodils’ is another walk for people with hearing impairment, organised by Stroud Valleys Project.

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One of the best places to see wild daffodils is Betty Daw’s Wood Nature Reserve near Dymock, where SVP will lead a walk on Monday 15th March. Transport will be arranged for the group members.

Ivi Szaboova said: “Imagine you are in a large group of walkers, with lots of loud, fast talking, as well as background noise. This is a nightmare scenario for someone with a hearing aid. It literally makes their head hurt to concentrate for long periods of time, trying to make out what people say. Stroud Valleys Project’s walks for people with hearing impairment are tailored to suit their needs – volunteer guides trained in lip speak and deaf awareness come along to the walks to support the walkers. The walks are really successful in opening up the countryside to people who can’t join regular walking groups because they find them too noisy.”

If you are interested in the walks please phone Ivi on 01453 753358, text 07876 050878 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Stroud Valleys Project is a limited company,
registered in England and Wales

Registered number: 2224016    

Registered charity number: 900107


Stroud Valleys Project

8 Threadneedle Street




Tel: 01453 753358

Email: info@stroudvalleysproject.org

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