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Hedgelaying Training Day at Eley's Field
Somerset Wildlife Trust
12 Noon 21st October 2017

Laid hedges create wildlife corridors and safe havens for nesting birds and small animals, as the density of laid and the re-growth provides a habitat for them. Learn how to manage hedgerows and sharpen your tools at a training day located at a beautiful reserve. Attendees for gain enough pratice in this techniques to get started on their own hedges.

Eleys Fields, Great Elm, nr Frome
Contact Lila to book a place — lila.morris@somersetwildlife.org or phone 01823 652474

Free, but donations welcome

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