Coming Events:

Spring Wildflower Walk   

Pollinator Friendly Garden

Midsummer in the Meadow

Summer Wildflower Walk

Sunday 21st April 14:00 - 16:00
Spring Wildflower Walk

Stinging Nettle with white Dead-nettle

Join local botanist Karen for a gentle stroll discovering spring plants in the fields and hedgerows near Great Missenden.

We will take a gentle walk looking at spring plants and flowers in in the local hedgerows, woods and field-edges.

The walk is ideal for families with children, and for anyone who enjoys a stroll in the countryside.

It will be led by Karen van Oostrum, a Prestwood Nature Council member and an experienced botanist and educator who shares her passion for and knowledge of plants in an infectious way that appeals to adults and children.

Bee on blackthorn in full flower

The walk is free for Prestwood Nature members; non-members are requested to make a minimum £2 donation which allows Prestwood Nature to do more work for nature and the local environment.

We will start in Boug’s Meadow in Great Missenden which is looked after by Prestwood Nature volunteers.  Parking will be available in the adjacent Link Road car park.

If you would like to come please register in advance using this Eventbrite link.

Sunday 9th June 12pm - 4pm
Join us at the Pollinator Friendly Garden

Pollinator Friendly Garden in spring

The Pollinator Friendly Garden (PFG) is a small but beautiful garden next to the allotments off Greenlands Lane in Prestwood. It is designed and maintained by Prestwood Nature Volunteers and shows what you can can do in your garden to make it a haven for wildlife.

On 9 June Prestwood Nature will host an open day at the PFG from 12pm to 4pm. Entry is free and people can come and see what is growing and flowering, enjoy tours around the garden learning what has been done for wildlife.

There may be further things on offer – watch this (pollinator-friendly) space and come along on the day!

There is no need to register in advance.  Just come along and bring the family.

Sunday 30th June 11am - 4pm
Midsummer in the Meadow

River Misbourne flowing through Boug’s Meadow

On 30th June we will be celebrating the meadow at Boug’s.

There are likely to be various family friendly wildlife related activities and stands.

There is no need to book and there will be things to do and look at for all the family – in particular the wonderful wildflowers in the meadow.

Save the date and keep an eye on this page to see what we have in store for you on the day.

 

Sunday 30th June 2pm - 4pm
Summer Wildflower Walk

Hedge Woundwort

Join local botanist Karen van Oostrum for a gentle stroll discovering summer plants in the fields and hedgerows near Great Missenden.

The walk will start at Boug’s Meadow and is being held as part of the Midsummer Meadows event.

Come along to enjoy the activities at Meadow open day then set out with Karen for a gentle walk looking at summer plants and flowers in the local hedgerows, woods and field-edges.

The walk is ideal for families with children, and for anyone who enjoys a stroll in the countryside.

Karen is a Prestwood Nature Council member and an experienced botanist and educator who shares her passion for and knowledge of plants in an infectious way that appeals to adults and children.

The walk is free for Prestwood Nature members; non-members are requested to make a minimum £2 donation which allows Prestwood Nature to do more work for nature and the local environment.

Parking will be available in the adjacent Link Road car park.

If you would like to come on the walk please register in advance using this Eventbrite link.

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