Monday 12 October 2020
Alarmed at the rapid and devastating decline in flower rich meadows, Michael and Jane Joseph sowed their small paddock with native seed 30 years ago. At the time there was no internet or advice and so they learnt by trial and error. Initially it was a failure and a disappointment but now it is absolutely stunning as you will see in the presentation. Michael will share his experience with us so that we can successfully create our own small patch relatively quickly, cheaply and easily. Learn the importance of meadows to to wildlife, to your garden, your health and to the planet.
Michael Joseph was an airline pilot and engineer, with a strong interest in the natural environment.
Talks start at 6.30pm and last for about one to one and a half hours. Tea, coffee and cake will be available between 6pm and 6.30pm. If you have any dietary requirements please let us know in advance.
Please note that three different locations may be used for the evening talks, so please follow signs on arrival. We have accessible locations for the talks; please let us know on booking if level access is useful.
Fee and refreshments
£14 per person; £12 for Museum Annual Members; £5 for Weald & Downland Museum volunteers. Online booking via www.wealddown.co.uk/courses. Book five places and get the sixth place free.
You may be asked for proof of status before being admitted so please bring your Membership card or Volunteer’s badge with you.
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