Identify & Record Wildflowers and Plants - Peakirk

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Thank you for booking a place on the Learn to Identify Wildflowers and plants session at St Pega's Churchyard, Peakirk. If your plans change and you can no-longer attend the session please contact george@cfga.org.uk as places are limited and we may be able to fill the place. This is an outdoor session on a site with varying terrain, please wear sturdy footwear and keep an eye on the weather forecast and dress appropriately. You will get an email a week before the session with more information. If you have any further questions please contact: george@cfga.org.uk We are looking forwards to seeing you on the 24th June!

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St Pega

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Thank you for booking a place on the Learn to Identify Wildflowers and plants session at St Pega's Churchyard, Peakirk. If your plans change and you can no-longer attend the session please contact george@cfga.org.uk as places are limited and we may be able to fill the place. This is an outdoor session on a site with varying terrain, please wear sturdy footwear and keep an eye on the weather forecast and dress appropriately. You will get an email a week before the session with more information. If you have any further questions please contact: george@cfga.org.uk We are looking forwards to seeing you on the 24th June!
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A practical workshop discovering and learning to identify wildflowers and plants at St Pega's churchyard, Peakirk, Cambridgeshire.

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Join the Beautiful Burial Ground Project and learn to identify wildflowers and plants with plant expert Sarah Lambert.

This is a friendly and informal session suitable for complete beginners as well as those looking to improve their skills.

Places are free thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Heritage Fund and people who play the National Lottery.

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St Pega

Chestnut Close

Peakirk

PE6 7NH

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Caring for God’s Acre works nationally to support groups and individuals to investigate, care for, and enjoy burial grounds and graveyards.

There are over 20,000 burial grounds in England and Wales, ranging from small rural medieval churchyards to large Victorian city cemeteries, spanning different cultures, religions and centuries.

Appealing to many who are interested in local history and the natural world, burial grounds encapsulate the history of communities whilst offering refuge for our native wildlife.

For many people burial grounds are the only locally accessible green space. However, their heritage value, and even their continuing presence, cannot be taken for granted. They are under threat from development, closure, under management and mismanagement.

Join the movement. Let’s keep burial grounds beautiful, accessible and connected to their communities.

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