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Please note - dogs are not allowed on field trips.
Children are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult.
Most walks follow rough tracks and require strong footwear.
Be prepared for all weathers. Sun protection is advised.

Non-members are welcome to attend field events.



Sunday, 18th March 2018
Cancelled due to inclement weather
Pickering Woods
From: 09:30 for as long as you are willing or able to stay.
Meet at the site see below

Event Contact: Allan Rodda (after 6pm please) on 01723 365960

URGENT HELP NEEDED The conservation team led by Robert Parks will be at Pickering Woods with the aim of improving the habitat for one of the UKs most endangered Butterfly the stunning Duke of Burgundy. Directions to the site parking are as follows, take the Newbridge road out of Pickering in the direction of Newton on Rawcliffe once you have crossed the level gated crossing at Newbridge turn immediately right onto Blansby Park Lane follow road and then track for about 1.5 miles to new water control area the team will meet here. All tools and gloves are provided.

Wear stout footwear and weatherproof clothing.

Bring a packed lunch.

Note there are no facilities on site.

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