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Phil and John and the rep from Tuckwell's - taking delivery - Happy Faces all round
OCTOBER 2022 - It's Fungi Season
SEPTEMBER 2022 - BLACKBERRIES! They are amazing this year - juicy and plump and plentiful. Mmmm apple and blackberry crumble, blackberry jam, blackberry sauce and I am sure very good for you and FREE. Ronnie Cordier took this tempting picture while out walking last week.
If you go down to the woods today...... be careful. We had to call fire brigade and inform police of a blaze in a wooded area that local lads were stoking and throwing ‘capsules’ in to make them explode!
April - 2022
These lovely wild-flowers are blooming again, can you remember what they are called? (answer on this page if you scroll down!)
Spring blossom looking good! April 2022 (Photo by Kate Brooker)
Ronnie Cordier took these beautiful cobweb images recently (October 2021) - a sure sign of Autumn / Winter approaching
Flowers on the Foreshore May and June 2021
Orange Tip Butterfly on Alexander Plant
Meadow floral display
We deliberately do not mow large areas of our Coastal Park during the summer months – this allows all our beautiful wild flowers to give a great display and helps our birds, insects and wildlife to thrive.
Can you spot any of the following this year?...
Self Heal, flourishes along Puma path, late spring through to early summer(photo courtesy J. Birdsey)
Giant Mushroom, top wood off Puma path
Hypericum (St. John's wort), can be found along Puma path and on the battery, through the summer months.
(photo courtesy J. Birdsey)
Spotted Marsh Orchid, this can be found along Puma path late spring. (photo courtesy J. Birdsey)