Oxenhall Daffodil Weekend
Sat, 24/03/2012 - 12:00pm - 5:00pm
A weekend in which you can learn about what the Trust is doing to help conserve this iconic wild flower, visit some of the nature reserves and have lovely teas at Oxenhall parish hall.
On Saturday and Sunday the teas run from 12pm - 5pm. Walks at 2pm & 2.30pm.
Come along and learn about the native wild daffodil. Two guided walks leave Betty Daws wood at the following times:
2pm - 2 mile walk taking in Betty Daws Wood and Gwen and Vera's Fields.
2:30pm - 1 mile walk with children friendly focus.
Both walks cover uneven ground and can be muddy, with stiles to negotiate.
A visit to Oxenhall Parish Hall is a must for delightful teas, and some fun and creative children's activities where you can make your own model wild daffodil. (Activities with Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust Saturday and Sunday).
Oxenhall Parish Hall will be open for light lunches and teas from 12pm until 5pm, both days.
Directions: At Newent, take the B4221 towards Ross. Then take the first right (Horse Fair Lane). Go over bridge, pass Oxenhall Parish Hall and follow road. Pass Gwen and Vera's Fields on right. Take the next right (very sharp turn) towards Dymock. Follow road, past houses, and Betty Daws is very soon on the right.
Oxenhall Parish Hall and Betty Daws Wood, Newent