Monday, 12 November 2018

Snowdrop Planting, Sunday 10-1PM, Chris' Wood

Chris' Wood

This Sunday we have our final bulb planting session of the year.

Over the past few weeks, we have planted some 4,000 bluebells along the woodland walk near the climbing wall. This time we have a thousand snowdrops to plant in Chris' Wood (location below) which is looking beautiful at the moment. We might even plant some daffs if time allows.

This is a great chance to meet others who enjoy our Park, whilst having some gentle exercise. Afterwards we will head to The Coffee Room for refreshments (you have to try their Victoria Sponge).

Equipment such as trowels, gloves and bulb planters is supplied; as well as a small number of foam kneeling pads. If you prefer then please do bring your own hand tools.

If you would like to join in then please email info@fomep.org.uk so we have an idea of numbers and you can be kept up to date with arrangements (ie weather!).


Location: Chris' Wood (besides the Art Pavilion and parallel to Clinton Road, behind the Grove Road Texaco Garage)
When: 10-1PM 
What to wear: Clothes suitable for the weather and sturdy boots.





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