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27 WILDLIFE & NATURE EVENTS


10 March Wading Birds and Snowdrops at Yealmpton 9.45am – 1pm Join the Devon Wildlife Trust for a leisurely walk along the Yealm to see snowdrops, woodland and wading birds. Contact: 01364 642007. www.devonwildlifetrust.org


18 March Daffodils at Hembury Woods, Buckfastleigh Join a walk with the Devon Wildlife Trust and enjoy this leisurely woodland walk amongst the carpets of wild daffodils. 10am – 1.30pm Suggested donation of £2. Contact: 01364 642007. www.devonwildlifetrust.org


21 March Nature Walk – Occombe Farm, Torbay Join the Ranger for a stroll at Occombe, looking at signs of spring and tasting some wild edible plants along the way. 10am - 12 noon. Price: £7. Contact: 01803 520022


5 April Badger and Bat Watch – Sharpham Farm Learn about some of Britain’s nocturnal creatures with the help of guide Mike Langman. 6.30 – 9pm. £5. Contact: 01803 732542


11 April Devon Birds Walk – Slapton Ley A walk with local expert Shaw Edwards. 9am – 1pm. Contact Mike Goss Tel: 01364 72539 www.devonbirds.org


21 April Devon Birds Walk – Berry Head A walk with local expert Mike Langman. 9am – 12noon. Contact Mike Goss Tel: 01364 72539 www.devonbirds.org


28 April Nature Photography Workshop – Berry Head Learn how to make expressive digital photo- graphs of Berry Head’s landscapes and nature with Outdoor Photography Tutor Phil Hemsley. 10am - 4pm. £35. www.countryside-trust.org.uk


Lukesland Gardens - a treat for all


the family Ivybridge, Open from 25th March (see advert below) Lukesland’s noted collection of camellias, rhododendrons, magnolias and azaleas provides a spectacular show of colour in the Spring, against a wonderful backdrop of wild flowers. With home-made soup and cakes served up by a log fire in the Victorian Tea Room and a Children’s Trail to keep the younger generation amused, these gardens have something for everyone.


Open garden 24/25 March -The Haven, Wembury


Sloping plantsman’s garden. Substantial collection of large flowering Asiatic and hybrid tree magnolias. Large collection of camellias Rare dwarf, weeping and slow growing conifers. Daphnes, early azaleas and rhododendrons, spring bulbs and hellebores.12 - 4pm. Admission £4.00, children free. Cream teas. Tel: 01752 862149 or suenorton1@hotmail. co.uk Wheelchair access to top part of garden. www.ngs.org.uk.


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Spring openings 2017 - 26th March to 11th June 11am - 5pm Sun, Weds and all Bank Holidays


Spring openings 2017 - 26th March to 11th June 11am - 5pm Sun, Weds and all Bank Holidays


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Spring openings 2018 - 25th March to 10th June 11am - 5pm Sun, Weds and all Bank Holidays


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Home-made soup and cakes in the tea room. www.lukesland.co.uk or phone 01752 691749


www.lukesland.co.uk Tel. 01752 691749


Home-made soup and cakes in the tea room. www.lukesland.co.uk or phone 01752 691749


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