Published: 7 May 2014
Date: Saturday 17 May.
A very special opportunity to walk the wild slopes of Berry Head with botanical expert Andy Byfield, Conservation manager at Plantlife and natural history writer in the Guardian. Andy has a great passion for the rare plants that live on our limestone slopes and his enthusiasm and knowledge inspires the non-botanists out there. This is the most stunning time of year to walk our coastal cliffs, with carpets of wildflowers set to a backdrop of blue sparkling sea, and there is no better person to bring it alive than Andy. The event will conclude with a delicious ploughmans lunch in The Guardhouse Café at Berry Head.
Meet: Berry Head National Nature Reserve main car park
Cost: £17.00 per person (includes lunch at The Guardhouse Cafe)
Booking: Essential and early on 01803 520022 or online
Info: Please wear stout footwear and a waterproof jacket. There is some free parking outside the Reserve Office however this fills quickly. Main car park: £1.10 pr hr up to a max of £4.40 for 24hrs; parking is free for Trust Members