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Wednesday, January 2nd 2013

Happy New Year to all of the Foxglove supporters from friends and volunteers to schools, businesses and visitors. 2013 already looks set to be a busy one with all kinds of events and activities in the pipeline.

The Association of Polelathe Turners and Greenwood Workers has provided the Foxglove Bodgers with a banner to display at shows and events. Here is Chris with the new banner.

Bodgers Banner!

The bodgers have many ideas for projects throughout 2013. The next planned meeting is on the Sunday 27th January at Foxglove when the group members will be starting to construct a pole lathe.

The next winter worky day is this Saturday (5th January), if you would like to join in the fun then please get in touch asap so that your hot lunch can be ordered. See the events section for further details.


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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.

Olivia's pumpkin trail

No need to book, come and enjoy some fresh air with your family bubble. Don't forget your wellies and a pencil!



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