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Open Air Service at Foxearth Meadows

4 September 2018 No Comment

Sorry, I made an error with the link to the poster last week. This should work: poster . The correct news item is below. Malcolm S.

Mark Prina adds:

If you plan to come by car, please let Andy Jowitt know as there is limited parking and we want to ensure a smooth operation on the day. Contact Andy via andy.jane.jowitt@arocha.org or 01787 464010.

“In Him all things hold together” (Hope for Creation)

An Open Air Service at Foxearth Meadows Nature Reserve – Sunday, 23rd September 2018 at 3.00 pm – followed by the chance to tour the reserve (guides available) and relax together over a ‘bring your own’ picnic if you have time to stay.  For comfort, bring your own chair or rug too!  There is a car park on site, but please car-share if you can.

Please display the poster where appropriate. A5 Flyers available if you’d like some from Andy Jowitt (01787 464010 or e-mail andy.jane.jowitt@arocha.org)

The reserve is about one mile north of Foxearth village between the River Stour and Constable’s Farm.  If going along the Melford to Clare road (A1092), turn first left after Philips Avent, signposted towards Pentlow, then take the next left and the site is about 300 metres on the left.

Foxearth Meadows is owned and managed by A Rocha UK, a Christian charity doing practical nature conservation and education, and motivating others to care for the environment. (Website: arocha.org.uk)

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