The Friends of Plantation Wood are celebrating a busy summer of workshops and walks by making plans for the autumn season and the next stage of the Gaywood Valley Living Landscape project.
From this month, every Monday (except December 22 and 29) from 10am to 1pm, they will be running regular Discover, Explore and Take Action activities, from Reffley Community Hall car park.
Gemma Walker, people and wildlife officer, said: “Join us whenever you can for free wildlife activities such as wildlife-themed walks and talks, and practical conservation tasks in a wide variety of habitats including woodland, wetland and heathland.”
Monday, October 13, will be the Bramble Scramble session, followed by Woodland of Heathland on October 20, and Putting the Wild into Walks on October 27.
November 3 will lead with The Ancient Art of Coppicing, November 10 on Coppicing in Action, Hunting for Hidden Treasures on November 17, and Alder-way into the Fen on November 24.
December 1 is called Going with the Flow, followed by Lost in the Haze on December 8, and King’s Lynn Heritage Walk on December 15.
For more information, call 01603 598333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org