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Wildflower and Plant Identification Workshop, Tuesday 23 July

posted 14 Jun 2019, 06:46 by John Goldring   [ updated 14 Jun 2019, 06:50 ]

Holy Trinity Churchyard - meadow

This summer conservation charity Caring for God’s Acre are running a session in wildflower and plant identification in Holy Trinity Churchyard. On Tuesday 23rd July plant expert Rob Rowe will lead a friendly and informal session looking at the plants we can find and learning how to identify them. The session will run from 10.30am-1pm and is suitable for complete beginners as well as those wishing to dust off or improve their identification skills.

Thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund places are free but must be booked. Please contact George on 01588 673041 or email george@cfga.org.uk to book a place.

The Beautiful Burial Ground Project

This event is part of Caring for God’s Acre’s Beautiful Burial Ground Project which aims to inspire and support people to learn about, research, survey and record the natural, built and social heritage of their local burial grounds.

This year the project will be running over eighty sessions across England and Wales in identification of various types of wildlife including amphibians, insects, lichen, plants and fungi. Social history sessions at archives and opportunities to record the built heritage of burial grounds.

If you would like to find out more about the work of Caring for God’s Acre and the Beautiful Burial Ground Project please visit our web site caringforgodsacre.org.uk