A "SAC" full of Wildlife!

Sun, 24/04/2016 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm

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Sun, 24/04/2016 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Join us on an afternoon walk around Cooper's Hill Local Nature Reserve. Famous for its bluebell woods, home to the rare Roman Snail, Iron age enclosures and of course the cheese roll. Our Reserve Manager will guide you around this European designated “Special Area of Conservation” [SAC], teaching you why it is so important for wildlife. Not just a haven for wildlife, Cooper’s Hill is also an important archaeological site, with possibly the remains of one of the largest Iron Age enclosures in the South West.
 

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Venue location

Cooper's Hill,
Gloucestershire,
GL3 4SB

Event information

Book by phone
Tel: 01452 389962
Date
Sunday 24th April 2016
Time
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Price / Donation
£4.99 per person, £15 family (2 children and 2 adults)
Audience
All
Suitable for All Ages
Category
Other
Trust
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
Venue location
Cooper's Hill,
Gloucestershire,
GL3 4SB
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Contact details
Tel: 01452 389962
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust