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In 2014 our aim is to raise money for Herefordshire Nature Trust to enable them
to purchase The Birches farm situated between Kington and Eardisley. 

Over the weekend of 21/22 June we will be organising:



11.00 am Saturday 21 June

             A guided walk round the Birches Farm with Neville Hart,
Projects Manager of Herefordshire Nature Trust.


 7.15 pm Saturday 21 June

               A fund-raising supper in Titley Village Hall.



7.30 am Sunday 22 June - SOLD OUT
Bird watching with Peter Jennings followed by breakfast at Little Quebb. Breakfast £5.

11.00 am Sunday 22 June - SOLD OUT
A guided walk round Moccas Park, an ancient deer park first recorded in 1617. 

Lewis Goldwater, Herefordshire Parkland Project Manager, will guide us
round the site where there are several ancient trees. 

The walk is now full and we are trying to find a way to increase numbers.
Please email us if you would like to be on the reserve list.



The Birches Farm is a truly magical place: 60 acres set on a hill with views of the Black Mountains, Breacon Beacons and Hergest Ridge.
The farm has been owned by the same family for over 100 years and has been traditionally farmed resulting in species rich unimproved
hay meadows and pastures. 
In January 2014, the entire farm was designated SSSI by Natural England. 

Click the buttons below to view information on the Birches.


Please go to Events 2014 to make a booking.

Our next Gardens in the Wild festival will be in 2015.


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