A STUNNING wildflower field has been sown in aid of a well-loved charity.

The fields, in Monksilver, West Somerset, has been put in place by Mr and Mrs Sellick of Stogumber.

The field has views of the Quantocks, the Bristol Channel, and South Wales.

This year, donations will be collected to aid Elloit's Touch, a charity set up by a Watchet couple.

Donna and Paul Stevens set up Elliot's Touch in 2015 after losing their 13-month-old son to mitochondrial disease, a rare genetic condition, and cardiomyopathy, a condition which affects the heart.

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BEAUTIFUL: wildflower field in aid of Elliot's Trust - Pictures: Chris Hooper, Somerset Camera Club

A spokesman for the charity said: "This beautiful field with amazing view and a place to picnic will be open today (June 22) from 2-4pm and 6-8pm.

"And then on Saturdays and Sundays 11-1pm, 2-4pm and 6-8pm.

"Until further notice and weather permitting.

"All donations go to Elliot’s Touch."

The fields are signposted and the postcode is TA4 4JF.

For more information on Elliot's Touch, which is run under the umbrella of the Somerset Community Foundation, visit elliotstouch.org.