'Farnham Heath, the story so far' talk

Froyle Wildlife welcome Mike Coates from the RSPB to tell us about the birds and wildlife of this restored heathland

Once a gloomy conifer plantation, 100 hectares have been transformed into a beautiful heathland with views across the Weald, abundant with wildlife that includes roe deer, crossbills, nightjars, woodcocks and tree pipits.

All welcome, teas and coffees, entrance £3 for non members. Doors open Froyle Village Hall 7pm for talk to start at 7.30pm.

Event Details


Tuesday 30 April 2019, from 7.30pm


Froyle Village Hall, Ryebridge Lane, Lower Froyle, GU34 4LG


Entrance £3 for non members

Further information

Further information is available on the website froylewildlife.co.uk/farnham-heath-the-story-so-far-talk-30th-april-2019/


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