Wymondham Nature Group looks forward to a busy spring calender
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A South Norfolk nature group is looking forward to spring, its next meeting and an annual bluebell walk and afternoon tea.
On Thursday, April 12, Wymondham Nature Group will hold its next indoor meeting, under the theme 'wild about Wymondham' in the Town Green Centre from 7.30pm.
The evening will feature talks from moth expert Matthew Casey, Dr Anne Edwards, who will be showing a time lapse video showing a year in 'coppice block' in Lower Wood, Ashwellthrope and presentations on wildlife in nearby Tolls Meadow and the Lizard, in Cornwall.
On Sunday, May, 13, the group will hold its annual bluebell walk, in Lower Wood, Ashwellthorpe followed by afternoon tea, in Ashwellthorpe Village Hall.
Walks start from 1.30pm, followed by tea from 3.30pm or 3pm if the weather is poor.
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The cost for the bluebell walk is £5pp, with booking essential, to request a place contact Bob Carpenter on; 01508 488337
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