By k3-fisher at 18:09 on 04/03/14
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Discover the secrets of our wonderful whitebeam trees on a walk around Leigh Woods with whitebeam expert Libby Houston.
The Avon Gorge is probably the richest site for Whitebeams in the world; there are at least three species which only grow here. The National Nature Reserve is a very important site for these whitebeams, for example it has a large percentage of the population of the three endemic species: Bristol whitebeam, Wilmott's whitebeam.and our very own Leigh Woods whitebeam.
Walking boots are advisable.
Time: 2 pm- 4.30 pm
Address: Leigh Woods, Bristol, BS8 3PZ
The cost of the walk is £8 per person. Bookings can be made either online at http://tinyurl.com/btswude or by phone on 08442 491895.
To see images or find more about Leigh Woods please visit our website or phone us on 0117 9731645.
Date: Saturday, September 13, 2014
Repeats: Every Week until Sunday, September 14, 2014
Family Den Building Workshops with The National Trust- July 29th
Family Woodland Survival Day- 19th August
Owls, Bats and Stars wildlife walk with National Trust- 5th and 6th of September