Curry Rivel National Meadows Fact Sheet

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So do you know your Ladies Bedstraw from a Grass Vetchling with Goats-beard?, or can you spot a Yellow Rattle?....
Fear not, come armed to the Curry Rivel National Meadows Day event with a downloaded, PDF fact sheet (laminated copies will also be available on the day).

To mark National Meadows Day, Curry Rivel Wildlife Survey Group invites you to visit our own local meadows located in Holdens Way for a guided walk. Come armed to Eastfield Community Meadow and Batty Piece, a private nature reserve and wild flower meadow with a copy of some of the fauna you may see in Batty Piece (and Eastfield).

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