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The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service Presentation

and Tree Planting Ceremony at Dibbinsdale

Sunday 29th April

New Ferry Butterfly Park Warden Training Day


2 - 4 p.m.


This afternoon session will act as a refresher for wardens and training for new wardens

who would like to help warden at the park on Sunday afternoons.

So if you would like to be a ‘meeter and greeter’,

or just check out what it is all about, please come along.


Car and cycle parking available on reserve. Good Public transport links available.

Map of location.


Contact Hilary or Linda if you would like to warden but cannot make the training session.

Email Hilary Ash or phone 0151 327 5923

Email Linda Higginbottom or phone 0151 342 1395

Tuesday 1st 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. No booking needed.

Steep slopes – stout footwear needed.

Not suitable for wheelchairs or those with poor walking ability.


Start and finish at Bromborough Rake station (Merseyrail line). SJ342819

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

Free but donations welcome.


Contact: Email Hilary Ash or phone 0151 327 5923 or 07855 053210