To Dymock in Gloucestershire for a walk round the Daffodil woods. The first Chiffchaff of the year too.
The Tree Wardens visited Charlcote yesterday. Talk by John Stokes on Ash Die-back disease. He thinks that in 10 years we will have very few Ash Trees left.
We walk round Charlcote Park to see the good agricultural work carried out on the old Lime avenue. Neil M explained the work and the reason for it. We were all very impressed.
The north Norfolk coast affords some of the best birding and wildlife in Britain. The narrow area between the sea and the coast road is a mixture and marsh and sand dunes and has some superb nature reserves. To the west the Wash and Snettersham and to the east Cley Marshes with Titchwell in the middle.