Open garden meadow – South Brent

  • Date: 22 June 2019
  • Time: 2pm - 5pm
  • Address: 15 Higher Green, South Brent TQ10 9PL
  • Grid ref: SX702 598

Jeremy Sabel’s small wildlife garden was established 3 years ago, including a native wildflower meadow created in place of a lawn. Many species have appeared –  who knows what this year will bring?

Jeremy is happy to answer any management questions you may have.

Whilst you are in South Brent, there are two other meadows areas created by the community you might like to visit. Full details below.

Directions: From A38 eastbound – leave at Woodpecker junction and turn left towards South Brent. Follow the road until you reach the roundabout (the only one in the village). Take the second exit (straight over) and then take the first right. From A38 westbound – leave at Marley Head and followsigns to South Brent. Once in the village, take the third road on the left before the roundabout.

Parking: On road outside

No pets please.

Other notes: If you’re interested there are also two other areas of meadows created by the community in South Brent in February this year.

One is on the Exeter road verge by the roundabout (SX701 598) and the other is at the South Brent Health Centre (SX698 599).


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