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Friday, January 23rd 2015

A quick reminder that the AGM is being held at 1900 at Wathgill on Wednesday 28th January – all are welcome to attend.

Glennis will be taking part in the RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch tomorrow in the Field Centre. She will be counting the birds feeding in the back garden from 1030, come and join her if you are interested in finding out a little bit more about the birdlife found on the reserve.

All of our spring and early summer events have now been planned. If you would like to find out what is going on and to book your place please check the events page on our website.
 


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The Friends of Foxglove Covert is for those individuals, families and organisations who would like to support the reserve through an annual membership subscription. Friends receive a regular newsletter and invitations to attend our various activities and social events.

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Pumpkin Trail

Wednesday 21st October 2020 | During Opening Times

Come to the reserve over half term and enjoy the autumn colours on the red route (Easy Access Trail) and search for the pumpkin clues along the way. Test your knowledge of the creatures associated with Halloween by answering the fun quiz which is available from the visitor centre for only 50p.

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