Blow’s Downs is a great spot for a walk, just on the edge of Luton. It’s between us and Dunstable, and the views are really something.

In spring, you’ll see lots of orchids. Whilst summer brings a sea of wildflowers like scabious and knapweeds.

Nature enthusiasts will be thrilled to know that Blow’s Downs is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Birdwatchers are in for a treat during spring and autumn when migrant birds like wheatear, stonechat, whinchat and ring ouzel stop off to feed on their journeys to nesting or wintering grounds.

Watch out for the cows and ponies that graze here. The paths can be steep and slippery when wet, so wear good shoes.

There’s no car park, so if you’re driving, please be considerate to nearby residents.

Where to find: At the end of Hatter’s Way, LU1 4AP