Open garden meadow – Drewsteignton
- Date: 22 June 2019
- Time: 2pm - 6pm
- Address: The Mill House, Clifford Bridge, Drewsteignton EX6 6QE
- Grid ref: Grid ref: SX 780 897
Come and be inspired by a meadow in a garden – one small area was even newly created in 2012 from what was just concrete.
Other very small areas of semi-natural grass provide interesting contrasts. Any questions about management techniques and options are welcome.
Directions: F rom Clifford Cross (SX782 899) go SW across Clifford Bridge, follow the main road right and the house is on the left just before entering woodland; house only 200m from Clifford Cross.
Parking: If coming from Clifford Cross, carry on up road past house, and after 150m turn sharp left onto forestry road; parking on side of forestry road.
Refreshments: Happy to provide cups of tea / coffee if numbers allow.
Please contact Bas at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to visit, but can’t make it on the 22nd.
The secret world of wild bees and other pollinators: two talks by naturalists Brigit Strawbridge Howard and John Walters
14 September 2019
Did you know that some solitary nesting bees lay their eggs in empty snail shells? Or that cuckoo bees make other bees take care of their eggs? Or that certain wasps are potters and craft urns? Come to Ashburton Arts Centre on 12th September, 7.30pm to discover the world of wild bees. Click here for more information.