Norfolk Wildlife Trust staff are breaking out of their Roydon Common nature reserve to help local communities to create a ‘Living Landscape’ in and around Kings Lynn.
Focusing on the Gaywood River and its surrounding Valley, NWT’s Gemma Walker and Mark Webster will be running activities at the same time every week from October onwards, based at Reffley Community Centre on Reffley Lane.
Kicking things off at 10am on Monday 6th October will be a Fungi Foray with expert Dr Tony Leech, who will lead visitors out from Reffley Community Centre car park round the nearby woods, searching for and identifying as many mushrooms as possible.
From then on, the group will be meeting every Monday morning at 10am (with a short break for Chrstmas and New Year) always starting at Reffley Community Hall car park, Reffley Lane, Kings Lynn, PE30 3EQ, at 10am.
Activities in October and November include visits to ‘hidden gem’ wildlife sites in the area, working to improve local woodland habitats and the chance to learn more about the Gaywood River and the history of Kings Lynn.
Most sessions will include the chance to try practical conservation work and/or learning about wildlife, but visitors do not have to be physically fit to take part. Tea and biscuits are usually provided, as are any tools equipment and training needed.
Anyone can just turn up and join in (under 18s need to be accompanied by an adult) and all you need to bring are old outdoor working clothes. There’s usually no need to book but Gemma and Mark are happy to answer any questions you may have before you give it a try: call 01603 598 333 or email email@example.com
You can also find out more about the new Living Landscape approach at www.mylivinglandscape.org.uk