Lower Burgh Meadow Awareness Day Sunday 22nd June

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Eddie Langrish
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Lower Burgh Meadow Awareness Day Sunday 22nd June

Post by Eddie Langrish » Mon Jun 09, 2014 6:15 am

Hi All,
LBMCG are holding an event at the Sou West Corner of the meadow ( at the new Bench area ) - 10am till 3 pm.
Moths on display ( pending weather night before ) Talk on moth, includes Trap opening from previous night.
History, plans and group info walk- Butterfly & moth walk - Bee friendly plants available, games for the children.
Mums, dads, Sons & Daughters all welcome, bring your Picnic Lunch and have a fun day with us.
See http://www.lowerburghmeadowconservation ... ogramme-2/ for further details.

Hope to see you there.

Thanks Eddie

Eddie Langrish
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Re: Lower Burgh Meadow Awareness Day Sunday 22nd June

Post by Eddie Langrish » Tue Jun 17, 2014 4:55 pm

Hi All,
If I have done it right, there should be a picture of Bee Friendly plants, which wil;l be available at this Sunday's coming event.
See below for details.
Bee Friendly Plants for 22nd June.jpg
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Thomas Westhead
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Re: Lower Burgh Meadow Awareness Day Sunday 22nd June

Post by Thomas Westhead » Fri Jun 20, 2014 12:32 pm

Hello Eddie,

I hope that Chorley council consult yourselves in the future regarding any grass cutting or other managment etc that they decide to carry out, I heard about the grass cutting early on in the year when nesting birds were present.

I visited the site this morning and it is such a nice site and deserves to be managed with up most care with the input of people that actually have some idea of what should be managed and when the best time of year to carry out such operations.

Regards,

Tom.

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