“History and Honey Walk” – Saturday 11 September
Organised by Wapley Bushes Conservation Group for Abbotswood Action Group – everybody welcome!
Starting from Abbotswood at 10.30 am, returning about 1.00 pm.
A guided walk from Abbotswood to Wapley and back, looking at
Fruit and History, Pollinators and the Future.
- Find out what was here before the estates were built, and learn about the importance of “home orchards” to local people.
- Learn about the role of pollinators and the importance of encouraging small mammals
- Find out what the Orchard for the Future project at Wapley Common is doing to encourage them.
- Discover why the railway was a key route to South Wales, its role in wartime and how it created an important wildlife corridor.
Practical work sessions starting again in the Autumn
We’re hoping to restart our practical sessions in the Autumn. We’ll put details on this web page, or on our Wapley Bushes blog.
If you prefer, you can use our feedback page to ask for your email address to be added to our local list so that you will be notified about environment events at Wapley and other local wildlife sites.
You can also check out our Conservation Volunteering page to find out what sort of practical work we do.