Exploring the beach garden

Tuesday 6 June
Starting point
Western end of the promenade opposite the Belmont Hotel and Glen Road.
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Event leader
John Twibell
Local plant enthusiast and conservator who is researching, acquiring and caring for shingle and salt marsh plants in a vanishing habitat.
Details of the event
Spend the early evening exploring the beautiful beach garden enjoying and learning about endangered maritime plants including sea kale, sea campion, rock samphire and tree mallow.
Booking not required
Approximate length of walk
500 metres
Type of terrain
Shingle and pebbly beach area. For those with limited mobility the plants can be observed from the flat and paved millennium walkway.
Dress appropriately for the weather
Who should attend
General public and those with more knowledge, everybody welcome.

Booking NOT necessary

Free Event, But Donations Welcome

All events are free though donations to support the group’s activities are welcome. An opportunity to donate, if you wish, will be available at all events

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