Amazing Askham Bog Through The Eyes Of The Experts at North Cave Wetlands Nature Reserve
Fair, Sat 18 Mar 2017
North Cave Wetlands
Discover the remarkable Diversity and History of Askham Bog, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust's very first nature reserve.
To celebrate British Science Week, Professor Alastair Fitter and Sir John Lawton will aim to bring to life the science behind one of the North of England's most important nature reserves. Whilst the majority of the walk will be on Boardwalks, attendees are advised to bring wellies as the guides may ask for volunteers to conduct a brief scientific experiment on the Bog itself. A guided walk with a difference!
People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Please note that the nearest toilets are located in the local pub in North Cave.
Map reference: SE 861325 Lat: 53.78211 Long: -0.69344
From the west leave the M62 at Junction 38 onto the north-bound B1230. Follow this for just under two miles to North Cave village. Take a left turn at the crossroads and follow the road round in a sharp left hand bend at the next cross road. Soon after take a left turn onto Dryham lane, the reserve is located to your right.
Free parking on Dryham Lane, adjacent to the reserve on the south.