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Sunday 19th August

The Beauty Of Heswall’s Heathland

2 - 4 p.m.

We will enjoy a walk through Cleaver Heath and the Heswall Dales, where the heather will be in flower and discuss the flora and fauna of lowland heaths, as well as their management. All the while, we will be enjoying spectacular views across the Dee Estuary. Cleaver Heath nature reserve is owned and managed by Cheshire Wildlife Trust while Heswall Dales Local Nature Reserve is managed by Wirral Borough Council both with the help of volunteers.

To book, please contact the walk leader Alan Irving on 0151 342 2641, leaving a message and return phone number. The maximum practical group size will be 20, on a first-come-first -served basis.

Meet at Cleaver Heath nature reserve on Oldfield Road, Heswall, CH60 6SG. Map of location

Stout footwear is recommended. Please bring waterproof clothing or sun protection (hat, sunscreen, sun-glasses) as appropriate.

Bring binoculars if available (not essential). Sorry, no dogs.

Free but donations welcome.