Interested in fungi? Want to know more about what you can find? Mike Anderson has been walking the hills for many years photographing and eating the fungi on the hills and invites you to join him on a fungi foray at 11 am on Saturday 22nd October (rain or shine). You need to be prepared […]
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Twenty friends took part in an evening Bat Walk hosted from Warwickshire Bat Group on a warm but slightly windy Friday evening. Following an excellent introduction by Lois, the group were treated to their first sighting. As the sky was darkening a single Noctule Bat was seen flying along the perimeter of the field alongside Maidenhead Road. […]
Back by popular demand our next Bat Walk will take place on Friday 9th September at 7.30pm when we will again welcome our expert guide Lois from Warwickshire Bat Group. The evening walk around the fields is an informative and fun event. Lois will have a number of bat detectors for us to use on the walk, which will end at […]
Here is our Chairman’s report to our Annual General Meeting – July 2016 Annual General Meeting Speech 2016
Idly watching a beautiful butterfly flit across a meadow is one of life’s simple pleasures and now it’s time to perform a health check on these graceful creatures and our environment. This summer, Butterfly Conservation are organising a Big Butterfly Count between July 15th and August 7th , so why not have a wander […]
One of our members was walking the fields today Monday 20th June 2016 and was attracted to the unusually deep pink dog rose growing just outside the maze area in the dip that was the pond, she could not believe her luck at finding this glorious iridescent pollen beetle inside one of the flowers. We don’t know […]
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FoRF are delighted to announce that the final figure donated to the Stratford Hospital Cancer & Eye Unit Appeal from the Friends of Rowley Fields following the Queen’s Birthday Picnic Event has increased to £500. Thank you to everyone who supported the appeal. Photo www.charloteedorandavies.co.uk
Well what a fantastic day. Despite the mixed weather we had 250 visitors and raised over £430 for the Stratford Hospital Cancer & Eye Unit Appeal. (In addition to £190 raised for Butterfly Conservation). 14 raffle prizes are now on their way to the winners and the field is back to normal. Thank you to […]