Wild clematis

CANCELLED: Plants, folklore and their uses - Warburg

A walk to rediscover the ancient uses and myths of everyday woodland plants.

Event details

Meeting point

Visitor centre


10:00am - 12:00pm
A static map of CANCELLED: Plants, folklore and their uses - Warburg

About the event

Join us to to discover the many uses of hazel, why Clematis is called 'Traveller's Joy' and where to source aspirin from plants, amongst other stories.

This event is part of the Oxford Festival of Nature

The Oxford Festival of Nature is a 2 week events programme run by BBOWT and collaborative partners across the city of Oxford between the 22 May to 7 June 2020. There are so many events to come along to and learn about wildlife and nature around you. Wild fun for everyone! For more information about the Oxford Festival of Nature visit www.oxfordfestivalofnature.org



£4 per person

Suitable for

Families, Adults

Know before you go


On a lead
Well behaved dogs on a lead welcome.


Please contact event organiser if you have limited mobility. A tramper mobility scooter is available for booking in advance to use on the day, but please be aware there might be areas difficult for the tramper to access off-path for parts of the walk. Please call us to book in advance.

Wheelchair access

To visitor centre and bird hide

Hearing loop


What to bring

Weather appropriate clothing - waterproofs/wellies if wet or suncream/water if hot. Please bring own food and drink as we are quite isolated with no shops nearby.

Parking information

Please park in the main car park.

Bicycle parking

Bike racks in main car park


Picnic area
Disabled toilet
Baby changing facilities

Contact us

Kelly Hedges
Contact number: 01491642001
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