Varieties include blackthorn, hazel, elder, dogwood, hawthorn, spindle, oak, beech, alder and field maple, with more besides. These will provide homes and food for many wildlife species, such as birds, insects and mammals.
Bring a spade, if you have one, and gardening gloves. Dress prepared to get muddy and with wellies or walking boots if possible. Refreshments are provided on both days. Donations appreciated to help us cover costs. Everyone who participates can leave with a certificate for being an environmental hero!
This event is free to attend. Arrive any time between 10.30-2pm. Activities will be packed away at 2.30pm. Pre-booking is advisable.
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