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Your local Wildlife Trust brings people and nature together to protect our environment. Our experts work with more than 1,400 volunteers to look after over 80 nature reserves, four education centres and run hundreds of amazing events. We rely on the generosity of individuals, charitable trusts and businessesSupport our work by donating just £5 a month.

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Small is beautiful - Moss Walk at Bowdown Woods

Sunday 18th March 2018,
10.30am - 12.30pm

Venue: Bowdown Woods

Fourth in a series of short walks to discover the beauty of mosses. Join Peter Creed for a look at the incredible variety of mosses to be found at Bowdown Woods. Booking essential.

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