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Calves Calling

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Location: Wisley Common, Ockham & Chatley Heath
Date: Saturday 05 May 2012
Time: 10:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Meet at: Wren’s Nest car park, Wisley Lane, Woking, Surrey. Come off the northboundA3 past RHS Wisley gardens. Go for half a mile and turn right into car park under height barrier.
Admission: Suggested donation, adults £2, children £1.
Organised by: Surrey Wildlife Trust Grazing Manager James Adler 07968 832605.

Come and meet some of our beautiful newborn calves at their home farm near Wisley with Surrey Wildlife Trust Grazing Manager James Adler. We won’t be cuddling any of them as their mum’s don’t like it but you’ll be able to get a really good view! On the way to the farm see what the older cows are up to as they munch and manage their way round the heath. No dogs please! BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL, please call James Adler on 07968 832605 to book. Grid Ref: TQ 065 589. Nearest train station: Effingham Junction, 5 miles.


No Dogs Advanced Booking Essential Walking Boots Advised Suitable for children Surrey County Council

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