Saffron Walden Wild Flower Group –

oxlip, a species of ancient woodland

oxlip, a species of ancient woodland

The Saffron Walden Wild Flower Group is a long established informal group of enthusiasts who arrange a programme of different monthly field walks from April to September, twice in each of the months of June and July, taking not more than two hours each. We enjoy exchanging views on the identification of the many species we find (rarities in particular!) which not only adds to our knowledge but the lists we make provide a detailed record of continuity, or change, and are welcomed by the Uttlesford District Council Saffron Walden Museum to add to its archive of our local environment.

Visits for the 2018 season are;
April 24th – 6 pm – Hales Wood, Ashdon Road – TL570405
May 15th – 6.30 pm – Hildersham Bridleway – TL549493
June 12th – 6.30 pm – Castleden Meadow, (Woodlands Park Open Space), Great Dunmow. Meet in the small car park in Newton Hall Chase, at the southern boundary of Parsonage Downs.
June 26th – 6.30 pm – Great Dunmow Flitch Way railway cutting
July 10th – 6.30 pm – Gardens of Easton Lodge
July 24th – 6.30 pm – Langley Upper Green Special Roadside Verge
August 14th – 6.30 pm – Little Chesterford Roundabout Special Roadside Verge
September 11th – 6.00 pm – High Wood, Widdington

 All visits are on Tuesday evenings and begin at 18:30, except the first and last of the season which begin at 18:00. The visits last for about an hour and a half.

We would very much welcome new members – anyone interested should please telephone Gertrud (see below).

Gertrud 01799 524 703 / 07826 844 853;