The days might be shorter and the weather colder but the gardens are looking better than ever right now as Autumn colour reaches it's peak!

The leaves took their time to change colour this year, the Woodland Trust says they are around two weeks late but it's been worth the wait as the yellow, bronze and reds begin shining through.

You've been out enjoying the Autumnal colour and have captured it on camera. Here's a selection of photographs from across the region. Many thanks to everyone who has sent in pictures. Don't forget to keep reading as you'll find information further down the page on how to become a Nature Detective

Don't forget...the address if you'd like to share your weather pictures is


Balsall Heath Credit: Terry Moore
Warwick Credit: Andrew Aston
Elvaston Castle, Derby Credit: Bo Chetwyn
Leamington Spa Credit: Dave Atkinson
Sutton Coldfield Credit: Graham Rainbow
Hanbury Woods, Worcestershire Credit: Matt Jeffries
Shugborough Hall, Staffordshire Credit: Janice Johnson
Queen's Park, Loughborough Credit: Paul Blackwell
Walsall Credit: John Kelley
Swithland, Leicestershire Credit: Syd Spence
Shustoke, North Warwickshire Credit: Tony Watson
Bradgate Park, Leicestershire Credit: John Dunstan
Lickey Hills Credit: Guy Evans
Max chilling out in Nuneaton Credit: Phil Cookes
West Park, Long Eaton Credit: Howard Johnson


The Woodland Trust need your help to track the changes in the weather. They are looking for nature detectives! Plus this should help you identify the leaves as you are out exploring this Autumn.