Beeston Common – NWT North Norfolk Local Group
A visit to a coastal site renowned for its for plants and insects, led by the Honorary Warden, Francis Farrow. Beeston Common is a mosaic of different habitats, including grassland, heath, bog, fen, secondary woodland and freshwater ponds and streams and has a plant list of over 400 species. It has been designated as an SSSI because of the spring-fed wetland habitats and the associated flora, and is part of the Norfolk Valley Fen Special Area of Conservation. These habitats are now very rare and under threat throughout Europe.
The nature of the site means that numbers have to be limited and registration is essential. To register for this trip please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be aware that the terrain can be difficult so stout waterproof footwear is essential. Details of where to meet will be sent to those registered for the walk closer to the day.
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