Bromyard Downs Project and Pooling Together Project present the Downs Open Day - a chance to learn more about the 'jewel in the Downs' and explore what it has to offer.
After the moth breakfast the event will continue with a series of guided walks around the Downs. These walks are free and are open to all ages. Please get in touch to find out the level of difficulty and age suitability.
All walks begin at the main Downs car park where there will be stalls and refreshments, including a cider bar!
10am - 12pm
Sporting History of the Downs - Roger & Audrey Lowery, Bromyard History Society
Foraging for Wild Food - Liz Knight www.foragefinefoods.com
1 – 3pm
Discovering the Downs - James Hawkins, BDCA Chairman and commoner
WW2 Bunkers & Rifle Range - Nigel Baker, Herefordshire Archaeology
Wonderful Wildflowers -TBC
Contact Hannah for more information 01432 356872 / 07341 736182 / email@example.com
10 - 2pm
Wild Walk with Wildplay for children & families!! Booking required
The Pooling Together Project presents a Wild Walk with Wildplay 10.00am-2.00pm - a family walk around the Downs looking at newly restored ponds. The walk will involve loads of fun activities - pond dipping, bug hunting, i-spy games and other family friendly fun. Please be aware the ground may be muddy and difficult for pushchairs. This particular walk is part of the Herefordshire Walking Festival and therefore a cost of £5.00 per adult is involved, children walk free. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01432 352287. This event requires booking - to book go to www.walkingfestival.com.
For all walks meet at the main Downs car park, Bromyard Downs, Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4QP