Tag Archives: meadows

Flit over to Denmark Farm for our Big Butterfly Count

July sees the start of Butterfly Conservation’s BIG BUTTERFLY COUNT. This nationwide survey, running from 14th July to 5th August aims to help Butterfly Conservation assess the health of our environment. To prepare yourself for this butterfly bonanza, why not flit over to Denmark Farm on 8th July to take part in our own summer … Continue reading Flit over to Denmark Farm for our Big Butterfly Count »

Dragons and damsels… an August Bank holiday adventure

Rain may be forecasted but it is still warm enough for a family day out before school goes back.So why not prepare a picnic, pack your waterproofs (and sunscreen!) and get set for a wildlife adventure at Denmark Farm?  40 magical acres of woodland trails are completely free to explore. Young imaginations will be set … Continue reading Dragons and damsels… an August Bank holiday adventure »

Stay in our yurt from just £15 per person…

based on 4 people sharing. If you’ve ever fancied staying overnight in a yurt, our ‘no frills’ yurt experience is the perfect alternative to glamping. Our 18 foot yurt at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre in mid-Wales is now available for hire for £60 per night. It is very simply furnished with a wood stove, table … Continue reading Stay in our yurt from just £15 per person… »

Dip into Nature on Sunday 12th June

On Sunday 12th June we will be holding our annual Open Day & Green Fair. If it is wildlife that interests you then there will be pond dipping with freshwater expert Dolly, as well as 40 acres of trails through meadows and woodland yours to explore. Grace will be carving a pond life ‘mural’ beside … Continue reading Dip into Nature on Sunday 12th June »

Fancy going ‘batty’ this summer?

If so, there are still some places left on our Understanding British Bats course, as well as these other conservation courses: 17-19 June: Flowering Plants 23 June: Restoring Wildflower meadows 24-26 June: Grasses, Sedges and Rushes 1-3 July: British Mammals 8 – 10 July: Entomology 12-14 August: Understanding British Bats 16 Sept: Foraging Food for … Continue reading Fancy going ‘batty’ this summer? »