Fungal discovery – NOW FULLY BOOKED

14 Oct 201711.00am to 1.00pm£5 (members £4)
Wandlebury Country ParkConservationEducation and learningGuided walkNature

NOW FULLY BOOKED

Another opportunity for adults to take a guided stroll around Wandlebury Park and hear from an expert about the fascinating array of fungi that thrives at this time of year. Suitable for those with no knowledge about fungi, and those who have attended before. There’s always something new to learn.

Fungi identification is an essential skill that requires many years of experience, so book a place soon and make sure you take advantage of this opportunity to hear from those in the know.

Why not make it a social event and book with a couple of friends? Last year a party attended as part of a hen weekend and had a great time!

Adults only. Booking essential.

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