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April, 2017
7 Fri 7:30pm - 9:30pm The Disappearing Hedgehog. A Talk with Dr Toni Bunnell
12 Wed 10am - 3pm Wool Spinning Workshop with Diane Fisher, Murmuring Wheel
13 Thu 7:30pm - 9:30pm Camassia, Chris, Chelsea and Chaos with Stella Exley, Hare Spring Cottage Plants, National Collection Holder of Camassia.
16 Sun 11am - 4pm Battlefield Walk Cafe
19 Wed 9:30am - 1pm Farmland Bird Walk with Barry Bishop, RSPB
22 Sat 9am - 1pm Willow Weaving - GARDEN OBELISKS with Leilah Vyner, Dragon Willow
27 Thu 7:30pm - 9:30pm Gardening for Wildlife with Dr Barry Wright, Dryad Ecology
30 Sun 2pm - 5pm Hanami - what’s it all about? with Dr Andy Bolton, Regional co-ordinator of the Yorkshire and Humber area of the Japanese Garden Society
May
14 Sun 10am - 4pm Willow Weaving Workshop - PIG with Leilah Vyner, Dragon Willow
18 Thu 7pm - 9pm Politics & Personalities of Marston Moor 1644 with Dr Ismini Pells. Battlefields Trust Talk
19 Fri 10am - 4pm Nature Writing Workshop with writer Dr Amy-Jane Beer
24 Wed 7:30pm - 9:30pm The Making of a Garden with Jo Smakman
26 Fri 7:30pm - 9:30pm Gardening for Birds with Dr Barry Wright, Dryad Ecology
28 Sun 11am - 4pm Battlefield Walk Cafe
June
1 Thu 7:30pm - 9:30pm Gardening with Ferns with Dr Barry Wright, Dryad Ecology
3 Sat 10am - 4pm Battlefield History Day in Association with the Royal Armouries and the National Civil War Centre
14 Wed 10am - 3pm Wool Spinning Workshop with Diane Fisher, Murmuring Wheel
16 Fri 8pm - 10:30pm Bat Walk & Talk
25 Sun 10am - 4pm Willow Weaving - DEER with Leilah Vyner, Dragon Willow
30 Fri 7:30pm - 10pm Mud, Blood and Horse Muck A play by Ray Alexander based on transcripts of original documents from people who were there
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The Disappearing Hedgehog. A Talk with Dr Toni Bunnell

Friday, 7 April, 2017   7:30pm - 9:30pm
Marston Grange, Tockwith Road, Long Marston, York, YO26 7PL
22 spaces available

Details

Latest research predicts that, if we do nothing, by 2020 we will no longer see hedgehogs in our countryside or gardens. They will still be there but there will be so few of them we will no longer see them.

This illustrated presentation will shed light on the behaviour of hedgehogs as well as demonstrating how we can attract them to our gardens and how we can help them to thrive.

A wildlife biologist who has featured many times on radio and television, including Countryfile, Love Your... [Read more]


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Tickets / Booking types

  • Hedgehogs
    £10.00
    22 available
    including refreshments