Pot on the wildflowers propagated by NRN's Plant Group

July 30, 2022

Long Mead Wildlife Site
Oxford Road
Eynsham, Select OX29 4DU

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By popular demand (and serious need!) potting on NRN's wildflowers is back. They have been collected, sown and nurtured since last summer by NRN's plant propagation group with Long Mead's carefarming participants for planting out in Eynsham's community meadows and other local meadows come the autumn.

Come and get your hands dirty, learn about the individual species of wildflower and picnic afterwards if you fancy under Long Mead's medieval pavillion tent by the river. 


Featured Speakers

Speaker Catriona Bass

Catriona Bass owns and manages Long Mead Wildlife Site with her partner Kevan Martin, together they initiated the Nature Recovery Network and the Thames Valley Wildflower Meadow Restoration Project




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Long Mead




Date and Time

Sat, July 30, 2022

10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT+0100) Europe/Zurich

Location

Long Mead Wildlife Site

Oxford Road
Eynsham, Select OX29 4DU

This workshop will be held on Long Mead. Please travel by foot, bus or bike if you can. The S1 Bus stops at the Talbot Inn, just outside our gate. We are between the Swinford Toll Bridge and the Talbot Inn (opposite the pub) recogniseable by the row of rusty …

This workshop will be held on Long Mead. Please travel by foot, bus or bike if you can. The S1 Bus stops at the Talbot Inn, just outside our gate. We are between the Swinford Toll Bridge and the Talbot Inn (opposite the pub) recogniseable by the row of rusty birds on the gate and a thatch barn in the orchard.


If you need to travel by car please use the Eynsham Sports Pavillion car park (1 Oxford Rd, Eynsham, Witney OX29 4HG). It is marked with a green pointer on the map. It is 7 minutes walk from us.

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Long Mead Wildlife Site

Oxford Road
Eynsham, Select OX29 4DU