Central Park hosts some beautiful meadows. Join Buglife and the Green Minds project to learn more for a day of practical sessions and activities.
In the morning we will discuss valuable pollinator habitats including long/short grass, hedges, trees and tussocky grass. You will learn more about key meadow plants, management and why is important. After our packed lunch we will head out to a less diverse area and look at the difference in habitats including nesting sites.
Please register on Eventbrite so we know you are coming.
Meeting point: Central Park, near the clocktower and by the Meadow Café, Mayflower Dr, Plymouth PL2 3DG, Plymouth. Arrive just before 11.30.
Parking is available close by at Milehouse Park and Ride, Outland Road, PL2 3DE. If arriving by train, the meeting point is about 20 minutes walk from Plymouth’s main station.
Bring a packed lunch plus drinks/flask. If you prefer, you can buy food/drink at the Meadow café or Life Centre. Toilets are available at both of these locations.
Come dressed for the weather, rain or shine! Wear sturdy footwear. We recommend wearing long sleeves and trousers to reduce the risk of tick bites. Please advise us in advance of any allergies e.g. to wasp/bee sting or certain plants (email [email protected]).
If you can’t make it on the day or have any questions, please contact Helen Parr on 07376 029545, or email [email protected]
No dogs permitted on this event.
If you find you can’t make it, please cancel your ticket via Eventbrite to allow others to book.