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Bossington Bioblitz

Bossington Bioblitz

Event · 8 Jun, 11:00 - 15:00
Bossington, Somerset, England, United Kingdom
Nature & sustainabilityCommunity & familyArt & culture
Suitable for young volunteers (16-18 year olds)
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National Trust - Somerset Coast & Countryside
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Summary

Join us to celebrate the start of the Big Help Out and Green Week with a nature day at Bossington.

Detailed description

Take part in fun activities and help us to learn more about the wild creatures and plants that call this place home. Bring your wellies and go river dipping with our team and get your face painted as your favourite creepy crawly.


Suitability

This event is suitable for accompanied children.


Meeting point

Bossington Overflow Car Park, National Trust. TA24 8HF


What to bring and wear

Bring wellies for river dipping and dress appropriately according to the weather.


Facilities

The National Trust car park is located two miles from the A39 in the centre of the village. Parking is free for trust members or £2 for two hours and £5 all day. There is accessible parking spaces, toilets and a tea room on site.



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About National Trust - Somerset Coast & Countryside

As Europe’s largest conservation charity, we look after nature, beauty and history for everyone to enjoy. We do it with the help of millions of members, volunteers, staff and donors. Without this, we couldn’t care for the miles of coastline, woodlands, countryside and the hundreds of historic buildings, gardens and precious collections we protect.

Volunteering on the coast or in the countryside enables you to get outdoors and play a vital role in managing and conserving precious natural environments for both people to enjoy and wildlife to thrive.