Tag Archives: Open Day

Good Green Fun at Denmark Farm Open Day

On Sunday 16th June, from 11am until 3pm, Denmark Farm will be opening its gates to all for a long-awaited Open Day. We have not held an Open Day for two years so we are really pulling out the stops to make this a memorable one.  The event will also celebrate the finale of our … Continue reading Good Green Fun at Denmark Farm Open Day »

Butterfly Bonanza

The burst of September sunshine this week has made a very welcome change, and our ‘butterfly border’ planted in 2010 by Wildlife Where you Live programme participants  is now living up to its name. The butterflies’ favourite source of nectar at the moment is a white buddleia, with up to 4 small tortoiseshell butterflies vying for the best spot on just a single … Continue reading Butterfly Bonanza »

Go Nuts For Dormice!

On Saturday 19th November, from 2-4pm, the first ever Great Nut Hunt will take place at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre, near Lampeter. Signs of dormice have recently been found at Denmark Farm and nest boxes have been erected to help conservationists monitor these rare animals. However, dormice also open hazel nuts in a distinctive way and, … Continue reading Go Nuts For Dormice! »

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 »

Lakeside shelter and wildlife hide

For the last 3 weeks, a group of volunteers have braved the showers at Denmark Farm to learn green woodworking skills and help local craftsperson Jamie Miller to build this amazing shelter by the lake: (the sweet chestnut shingles represent a bird’s feathers). The lakeside shelter, built as part of our ‘Wildlife Where you Live’ programme, will be … Continue reading Lakeside shelter and wildlife hide »