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Ragwort pulling at Horsbere

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Hidden : Friday, June 15, 2018
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Ragwort pulling at Horsbere 10:00 – 12:00 

Friday the 15th June

Parking: Suggested parking is in the car park at the provided coords, there is a footbridge to take you over to Horsbere. Or if there is space you can park by the gates leading in to the brook.

Where: We will meet in the Lond Meadow (published co-ordinates).

What: The rangers have initiated annual ragwort pulling in the Long Meadow. This has successfully limited its spread and reduced plant numbers. Although a habitat for insects, ragwort can quickly spread and is toxic to livestock. Join us to pull ragwort and reduce its numbers even more.

How: Felicity the Countryside Ranger will be there providing guidance and gloves, please bring your own if you prefer (gloves that is).

Health and Safety: Please wear long sleeves and trousers as the sap which can cause irriation. All health and safety rules apply. Children will need supervision and pets kept under control. 

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