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Spring Willow Weaving

Monday, March 10th 2014

Our Spring Willow Weaving event is on 21st March from 10.30am. During this session we will be demonstrating how to create some small willow ornaments for your garden, including dragonflies and fish, as well as making some table decorations. If you would like to book on this event please speak to Adam or Lizzie on 07754 270980 or foxglovelnr@btinternet.com.

Weather on the reserve today has been marvellous, with the first sightings of Comma and Peacock Butterflies recorded. As the temperature rises, more and more flowers can be seen bursting into bloom, just like this Larch flower. With the good weather set to continue for the week, come and enjoy it with us here at Foxglove!


 


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Saturday 8th January 2022 | 10.00am - 3.00pm

Join our staff and volunteers for a fun day of practical habitat management tasks.  Specific tasks will be chosen nearer the time.  Come ready for all weather conditions and bring your oldest outdoor clothes as tasks will be mucky and may involve bonfires. 

Booking is essential for this FREE event as a hot cooked lunch will be provided. 



Richmond Coffee Morning

Thursday 14th April 2022 | 9.00am - 12 noon

Come and enjoy a relaxing cup of tea or coffee and a 'sticky' at Richmond Town Hall.  There will be a raffle, tombola and a stall selling delicious homemade cakes!  All proceeds from this fundraising event go towards the running costs of the reserve. 

If you would like to donate any cakes or items for the raffle or tombola please take them to the field centre beforehand or to Richmond Town Hall on the day. 

No need to book, just turn up!



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