Date(s) - Saturday 17 Aug 2019
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
South Side from Hithermoor Road
Location meeting point: South side from Hithermoor Road, Stanwell Moor, surfaced footpath along the King Henry VI reservoir at the kissing gate where the Colne Valley Path splits off.
Two session available:
13:00-13:30 – 10 spaces available
Limited spaces available – find tickets on Eventbrite : https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/colne-valley-regional-park-19844437444
This is an unique opportunity to learn about the cattle that is introduced on the Moor. John Whitby, the farmer will tell you all about his cattle and it is an opportunity to ask questions about the grazing. The Conservation Officer Grazing, Lonneke Klein-Aarts is present as well to update about the biodiversity of this site. This event is great for children over five. If you do take and under five it must be under close supervision of parent/guardian. The ground is uneven and overgrown, so sturdy shoes and long trousers are recommended. For this event you must be able to walk 2 km and stand still. Taking a bottle with drink is recommended with this warm weather. In case of thunderstorm warnings we will not be able to go.
Limited spaces available secure your FREE tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/colne-valley-regional-park-19844437444