WIldflower Meadow Survives Curry Rivel Live

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White pyramidal Orchid June 2018
Orchid at Eastfield June 2018
Bee Orchid Orchid in Eastfield June 2018
Orchids in Eastfield June 2018

Thanks to some members of the Wildlife Survey Group and CRiB (Curry Rivel in Bloom) who marshalled the carparking at Curry Rivel Live 2018.

Thanks to their valiant arm waving, as little harm as possible was made to the wildflowers at the Eastfield meadow on Sat 16th June 2018.

The orchids are buzzing at Eastfield, bees everywhere, we include a photo of a rare white pyramidal orchid....

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