4 July 2020
11.00am - 1.00pm
Brantwood, East of the Lake, Coniston, LA21 8AD
From £8.70 per person for house and garden admission (RGS-IBG members 2 for 1)
Join us for this guided butterfly walk. Starting in the car park, we will take in the lower gardens and cover a range of habitats to give the best chance to see a selection of 'garden' varieties of butterfly (such as peacock/tortoiseshell), grassland-type flyers (such as chimney sweeper moths) and heathland species (such as fritillaries). This guided walk is included within the cost of garden or house admission.
To book, call Brantwood on 015394 41396.
Must be booked in advance, limited spaces. As butterflies like the sunshine, in the event of poor weather, this event may be cancelled. It is recommended that people ring in advance to confirm the event is going ahead.
Joint event with the Ruskin Foundation and Brantwood Trust.
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