Wharncliffe Heathlands Trust  


 

 

Upcoming Events

All children and young adults under 19 must be accompanied by a parent or carer

 

2019

Sunday 15th September. Bash the birch on Wharncliffe Heath. Our livestock do a great job of keeping the trees down on the heath, but occasionally require some assistance. So join us to give them a hand, with handsaws and loppers, good company, great views and hopefully nice weather. Training given on site. Please wear robust footwear and outdoor clothing, bring gardening or working gloves if you have them, and your own lunch and refreshment. Meet at the River Don bridge, Station Road, Deepcar SK291981 at 11.00. Scheduled to finish by 1600.

 

Sunday 27th October. Fungi in a beech grove. Join Michael (Ziggy) Senkans and friends on a stroll into the woods around Wharncliffe Heath, to examine an area dominated by beeches for fungi. Suitable for young and old, the skilled and beginners. Ziggy will identify the fungi and explain the features that allowed him to do that, and also discuss their natural history. Please wear suitable (warm) outdoor clothing and sturdy walking boots, and bring your own refreshment. Joint event with Sorby Natural History Society. Meet at the River Don bridge, Station Road, Deepcar SK291981 at 11.00. Scheduled to finish about 13.30.

 

 

 

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