Trill Farm retains a range of natural habitats: marshes by the ponds; old flower-rich meadows, and relict patches of limestone grassland along the old railway. On this stroll we shall explore some or all of these habitats and the plants that grow in them. We will concentrate on getting to know how to recognise the commoner plants, and a flower book such as Francis Rose's The Wild Flower Key may be useful.

Do join us for a Farm Lunch afterwards in the Old Dairy Kitchen, served at 1pm. To book please email or ring him on 07999 923089. Lunch booking essential. 

Mike Lock is a retired career botanist and plant ecologist who has lived in the area for 12 years. He leads regular botanical strolls for the Axe Vale and District Conservation Society.


Event times: 10am - 12.30pm
This event is free of charge, but please book so that we know numbers