Wildife Spotting at Slades Farm Community Garden

S0544420The Saturday, 3rd May, the Bournemouth Naturally Project, supported by the Bournemouth Natural Science Society, will be running a wildlife survey at Slades Farm Community Garden, from 10:00 – 12:00.

Everyone is welcome to come and join in.

Also, same place, same day, Bournemouth residents, who bring their current council tax bill, will be able to get their compost on a first-come first-served basis from the car park on Ensbury Avenue next to the community centre at Slades Farm from 09:00 until 1.00pm or when the compost runs out, whichever comes first. (In previous years, the compost has all gone by mid-morning!)

Residents will also need to bring their own bags or containers totalling no more than 70 litres for collecting the compost.

Bournemouth Council’s grand give-away is a as a big ‘thank you’ for residents’ efforts in recycling their garden waste.

Other upcoming events :

Birdtrail: a wildife walk on Sunday May 11th at 09:30am to see deer and birds in the New Forest, starting from Bolderwood Car Park  http://www.forestry.gov.uk/forestry/EnglandHampshireNoForestNewForestBolderwood , attended by the chief ranger of the New Forest, the RSPB, and bird experts, and possibly Chris Packham! If you are interested in attending, please contact Paul Levey on 010702 545547 or birdtrail@outlook.com.

Will from Down to Earth Bushcraft is leading another bushcraft walk at Hengistbury head in association with the new visitors centre on May 18th. For more info or to book a place please call the visitors centre: 01202 420909.

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