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Come and See the Butterflies, Sunday 30 July 2017 at 10am


The Nickey Line is one of the best local location to view butterflies, and we will hoping to match last years list of 13 species

Meet at the Roundwood School Crossing on the Nickey Line, when we will walk along the path to the area opposite Knott Wood where the Friends have been creating habitat for butterflies. Wear stout shoes, and bring water if very hot. The total distance is just over 2 miles

Contact Roger on 01582 763560 if further details needed. All welcome, and no need to book



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