Groovy Land

GB Gruffy is a Somerset Wildlife Trust in the Mendip Hills.  It is very uneven withe mineshaft, cave entrances and hollows all over the reserve.  This is a great place to photograph Bluebells outside of a wood.

Whats in a name?  Gruffy, from groovy is a local name for this uneven land.  The entrance to GB cave is the biggest hole on the site.  This cave is named after F. J. Goddard and C. C. Barker who helped discover it.

GB Gruffy

Bluebells out in the open at GB Gruffy

GB Gruffy Ponies

GB Gruffy Ponies

GB Gruffy

GB Gruffy

GB Gruffy

GB Gruffy

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