A warm welcome to newcomers for a walk at Tiger Hill . . .

 

. . . on Sunday 23rd August 2015.

This will be a relax-and-learn ramble (instead of the usual volunteering action sessions) at a nature reserve between Assington and Wormingford. The friendly and knowledgeable warden, Nick Miller, will guide us and will be focusing on foraging through the year.

We’d love to include anyone interested in learning more about our ‘pop-up’ volunteer gardening, regular wildlife management sessions, or who might want support in adopting a small plot near them.

We will meet up in the Kingfisher Centre car park at just before 10 am to share cars and/or travel in convoy to Tiger Hill. Or you can go directly there, where we’ll start the walk at 10.30 am.

The route from Sudbury via the A134 is turn right to and through Assington village, after half a mile take a left turn onto the Wormingford road and after ¾ mile the track to Tiger Hill reserve is on your right (marked by a small sign). Parking is down the track on the grass verge.  Map ref:  OS Explorer 196  928358

See you at the Kingfisher or at Tiger Hill.

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