Saturday, 24 March 2018
Start time: 10:30
(Estimated finish time: 12:30)
Leisurely 2 miles / 3.2 km
This is a short pootle around the more natural areas in St Fagans Museum, away from the throng of tourists and ice-cream stands, where our biodiversity expert Sean McHugh will talk to us about the trees within the grounds.
This walk needs limited numbers to work so grateful if you could let me know if you are attending I can manage that process.
If learning about trees isn't your thing, why not meet us for a drink/lunch in the Plymouth Arms afterwards.
Please contact Maria to find out details of meet point for the Walk as above is just for general area.
The Number 32A bus goes from town (Westgate Street) at 10.05 and gets into St Fagans at 10.31. (Please double check nearer the time as timetable subject to change)
There is parking at the Museum which is about £5.
Start time: 10:30
This is a circular walk
We will go for post walk refreshments in the Plymouth Arms from about 12.30.
Suitability: Dog friendly, No car needed
Surroundings: City, town
Facilities: Refreshments, Toilet, Shelter
Theme: Wildlife, nature, History, heritage, Garden
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