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Join us for a wild flower walk

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Published: 24/04/2012


Ecologist Rupert Higgins will lead the walk through Ridge Wood Local Nature Reserve to discover bluebells, wild garlic and primroses. Walkers can also discover more unusually named woodland plants such wood anemone and dog’s mercury. The walk has been organised by South Gloucestershire Council and the Friends of Ridge Wood.

The route is just under a mile and follows the main path through the woodland. There will be a chance to find out more about how this site is managed through the council’s management plan.

Further details about the walk are available from Richard Aston at South Gloucestershire Council on 01454 863725 or 863592. The walk is open to everyone so just turn up and take part.

Details about woodland plants and wild flowers is available from the Wildlife Trust http://www.wildlifetrusts.org/species/wood-anemone


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