An Exploration of Ditchley’s Wildlife – 16 May 18:00, Charlbury Memorial Hall

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Ditchley Park – An Exploration of Ditchley’s Wildlife

Thursday 16 May 2024 | Charlbury Memorial Hall

Come and hear from Ditchley Park Estate’s five wildlife and farming experts on their 10-Year Conservation Plan.

Time & Location: 16 May 2024, 18:00 – 20:00

Charlbury Memorial Hall, Charlbury Corner House and Memorial Hall, Market Street, Charlbury, Chipping Norton OX7 3QW, UK

About the Event

The Ditchley Park Estate accounts for 3500 acres of farm and woodland surrounding the separately owned Ditchley Foundation. The estate’s farms have two purposes: To be the main income source to be given to charities by the HDH Wills Trust; and to be a pioneering wildlife hub for north Oxfordshire.

The Ditchley Park Estate is now in the 8th year of a 10-year conservation plan which assesses our annual success or failure with birds, bees, butterflies, bats, newts, worms, cows and sheep – plus invasive species such as grey squirrels or muntjac deer.

Our wildlife advisers and farmers want to share with Charlbury residents and Farmer Cluster members and friends their findings and give details of our recently installed QR Code Circuit on the Estate’s footpaths for walkers.

The event will be held at Charlbury’s Memorial Hall and light refreshments will be provided.

Do note that the hall holds 120 people, maximum. If this evening proves to be popular, we will look to hold another event in future.


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