FREE Hedge laying course

Learn a new skill and meet new people

Tuesday, 28th November 2017 at 11:00am
Magdalen Farm

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Day pass for hedge laying course

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Master the traditional craft of hedgelaying.  By laying correctly we can lengthen the life of trees, encourage new growth and thicken the hedge so encouraging a greater range of wildlife.

The course will be led by Giles Aspinall and will take place at Magdalen Farm from 11am to 3pm.  

Places are limited so booking is essential - please wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear and bring a packed lunch.  Light refreshments will be provided. Over 18s only please.

The session is being fully funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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Starts: Tuesday, November 28th 2017 at 11:00am
Ends: 3:00pm

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Timezone: Europe/London
Bookings close: November 28th 2017


Magdalen Farm
TA20 4PA
United Kingdom

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This event is organized by Lisa Herbert.

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Magdalen Farm is accessible with the following modes of transport:

Car - we are located between the towns of Beaminster (Dorset), Crewkerne (Somerset) and Chard (Somerset).  For further travel details please use the link here.

Train - our nearest train station is Crewkerne - 7 miles from the farm on the London Waterloo to Exeter line.  Please arrange for a taxi to bring transfer from the station.

Bus - No 99 from Taunton to Yeovil stops at the end of the driveway to the farm.

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