That’s nice – what is it ? Fully booked


Plant ID training with wild plant trainer Stuart Hedley.

From 10.00 until 14.00

At Hopleys, Bearwood, Pembridge, HR6 9EQ

meet at Bearwood Methodist Chapel same postcode

These half-day sessions will give systematic practice in the identification of key Herefordshire meadow herbs both with and without flowers, as well as offering opportunities for more general plant species identification.
We have designed these sessions on Herefordshire meadows sites of increasing complexity,
aiming to pick up the range of skill levels in the group. You can book for 1 , 2 or 3 of these sessions.
As places are very limited for these sessions, please think very carefully about which event(s) you would like to book up for, and please phone Caroline if you have any queries.
Tel: 01981 251016 Mob : 07779 080940

Stage 1 - June 7th 12.30pm – 5.00pm, at Woolhope Parish Hall, HR1 4QS.
Lunch and introduction at 12.30pm prompt in the Hall, departing at 1.30pm for a 2pm start outdoors in the least diverse field at Joan’s Hill Farm (5 min drive + 15 minute walk away) courtesy of Plantlife.
NB. To appreciate the full wonder of Joan’s Hill please book on the event on May 31st.
Stage 2 - June 15th 1.00pm – 5.00pm, at Trenant Farm, Peterchurch, HR2 0SU, courtesy of Steve Hancorn and Anna Coda, meadow winners of former FWAG farm competition.
Lunch and introduction at 1.00pm.
Stage 3 - July 20th 10.00am – 2.00pm at Hopleys, Bearwood, Pembridge, HR6 9EQ, courtesy of Dan and Suzanne Wenczek.
Meet at Bearwood Methodist Chapel, same postcode HR6 9EQ, for tea/coffee and introduction at 10.00am.
Sandwiches and drinks provided at lunchtime.
To book please email or tel: 01432 353465

Please remember that places are very limited, in order to ensure that this is a good quality training course for Herefordshire Meadows members. Please let us know if you aren’t able to make it nearer the time as we will have a waiting list.

Please bring
• your own hand lens (X10 to x20) if you have one,
• notebook/pen
• knee pads if required (but not to squash too much vegetation)
• stout shoes
• waterproofs / sunscreen / hat / drinking water