This wonderful event is an opportunity to lift the lid on the amazing world of bees, butterflies and dragonflies, and come away with new knowledge and love for the amazing species you’ll find on the wing in Somerset. There will be the chance to go on a guided walk to discover more about the world of pollinators and insects and why it’s critical that we protect them. Plus, a range of fun and educational activities to provide a lovely Summer’s day event for all the family.
Catcott Nature Reserve
The reserve is located at ST 400 414 , and is a mile north of the village of Catcott in Somerset. Access to Catcott Heath is on foot, east-south-east from ST 399 405 along the drove, about half a mile (800 metres) to the reserve entrance in a wooded area on the right.
The nearest postcode is TA7 8NQ – this will get you close to the reserve but you will need the grid reference (ST 400 414) for the exact location.
Booking is essential. To book, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and for further info: email@example.com.
£4 or £12 for a family of 4.
Shepard’s Drove Rhyne
Burtle, TA7 8NQ United Kingdom