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Thursday, November 06, 2014

Drayton Forest School Volunteer Day November 16th plus Woodland walk and talk.

Forest Schools are a great way for children and parents to experience time spent amongst trees and their wildlife. Supervised and taught some skills. They often struggle to get funding to support their activities. Our Wildlife Group hopes to find a way to have a joint event.

You might even see this Brown Hairstreak seen rarely in our garden near an overgrown Blackthorn hedge.

Do come and join us on Sunday November 16th for a great day in the woods at Drayton, nr Langport
Come and help out in the morning from 10am:
  • shelter building,
  • bulb planting, 
  • timber sawing with a 2 'person' cross saw
  • bird box maintenance  
  • hearty soup & bread lunch cooked on the campfire
  • 2pm- Join us for  a Woodland Walk & Talk with Charles Hill- Tree enthusiast from Blackdown Hills, especially knowledgeable about fungi.
All tools provided 
Come for all day and join us for lunch, or just for Woodland Talk at 2pm 

PLEASE let me know if you can come

Hannah Aitken
WilderWoods Forest School, Drayton