Start: 21st April 2018
10:00 am
End: 21st April 2018
2:00 pm
Please note, this event has now passed

Event Venue

Lugg Meadow, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR1 1UT

GPS: 52.0726813, -2.684259500000053

Join Herefordshire Wildlife Trust for their Annual Fritillary Day as staff take you on a  guided walk across Lugg Meadow to see the rich array of wildflowers and in particular the nationally rare snake’s head fritillaries which grow on the Lugg meadow and find out more about the history and wildlife that make this nature reserve unique.

Three walks will take place through the morning and each walk lasts for approximately 2 hours. The terrain is level grassland but if you have mobility issues please contact HWT in advance.

It is advisable to arrive equipped with warm clothing and good footwear as the Lugg Meadow can be incredibly cold and windy at this time of year and there is no shelter.

Cost: £7 per adult. Children up to 14 years old go free. Book here.

Venue: Meet in Rickyard Pasture which is situated next to Lower House Farm, Ledbury Road, Tupsley, Hereford HR1 1UT.

Directions: A438 out of Hereford turn left opposite the Cock of Tupsley (signposted- Herefordshire Nature Trust). Lower House Farm is the 17th Century black and white farm house down the lane. Grid ref: SO 536 404.

Fees & Tickets
£7.00 per adult. Children up to 14 years old go free.


Herefordshire Wildlife Trust

Wildlife Trust
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust works across the county, looking after its wonderful landscapes and wildlife – and inspiring others to do the same! The trust manage 59 nature reserves which range…