30
Apr

'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

Date/Time

Tuesday 30 April 2019, from 7.30pm

Location

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

Admission

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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