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Apple Day at Eastham Country Park

30th September 2018

Thursday 2nd May

Bluebells Galore: A Guided Walk

2 - 4 p.m.

A guided walk along footpaths to enjoy bluebells, wood anemones, celandines

and other woodland flowers. Find out about the significance of this

ancient woodland, and admire its sounds, sights and scents.

Part of Wirral Walking Festival.

Steep slopes - stout footwear needed.

Not suitable for wheelchairs or those with poor walking ability.

No booking needed. Free but donations welcome.

Start and finish at Bromborough Rake station (Merseyrail line).

No parking by station, but space  available in local side roads.

Contact: Hilary Ash by email or telephone 0151 327 5923 or 07855 053210

Sunday 5th May

Dawn Chorus Walk at Cleaver Heath

4.30 - 7.30 a.m.

We should hear a wide range of both our resident birds and returning migrants,

and there should be plenty to interest those who can already identify birds by call and song,

as well as those absolute beginners who want to make a start.

To book:

The maximum group size will be 16, on a first-come-first-served basis.

Free but donations welcome.

Meet at Cleaver Heath nature reserve on Oldfield Road, Heswall, CH60 6SG

Warm waterproof clothing and stout footwear are recommended. Sorry, no dogs.

Not suitable for wheelchairs or those with poor walking ability.

Bring binoculars if available (not essential).

Sunday 5th May

New Ferry Butterfly Park Open Day

11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Lots to see and do for all the family: art trail, art and craft tables, spider identification,

nature walk, pond dipping, tombola, plant sale, cake sale, BBQ.

Entry to the event is free, donations welcome.

No parking at the park during the Open Day, except disabled access.

Plenty of parking available in the local area.

Good public transport links available. Map of location.

Contact: Paul Loughnane by email or telephone 0151 645 8937.