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 — email@example.com or phone 01823 652474
Free, but donations welcome
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