Saturday, April 23, 2011

Bluebells

Photo © Paul Ferris @ Wanstead Wildlife

Here are a few events you might like to enjoy courtesy of the “Bluebells”, otherwise known as Redbridge Parks Police, the service that hitherto has ensured our open spaces are safe and pleasant places to visit and who are now subject to the local ConDem program of dubious accunting procedures…..

Monday 25th April New Event!
Bluebell Walk
Come and join the nature conservation rangers for a gentle stroll through Claybury Woods when the bluebells and other spring flowers are at their best.
11am - 12noon
Claybury Park, Tomswood Hill Gate opposite Wannock Gardens

Saturday 7th May
Bluebell Walk
A chance to see the spectacular bluebells of Claybury Woods, your guide will show you through the best parts of the ancient woodland, looking for other woodland spring flowers as well.
11am – 1pm
Claybury Park, Tomswood Hill gate opposite Wannock Gardens

Sunday 8th May
Dawn Chorus Walk
For the third year running, the Woodward brothers will take us through the forest to hear the songs of native and migratory birds, followed by drinks, toast and croissants.
4.45am to 7.30am
£4 per person.
Booking essential
Suitable for 11 yrs +.
Hainault Forest Country Park

Saturday 21st May
Wildflower Walk
Come and enjoy a leisurely walk around the Roding Valley Park to discover the beautiful array of wildflowers and how to identify them.
10am to 12noon
Meet at: James Leal Centre, Ray Park, Woodford Green, IG8 7JQ

Tuesday 31st May
Family Nature Walk
Come for a light stroll through the park and woodland. We’ll be visiting the mysterious art trail in search of hidden artefacts and the adventure play area.
11am to 12noon
Claybury Park. Meet at gate on Tomswood Hill, opposite Wannock Gardens

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