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Fungal Foray

10 October 11:00am - 3:00pm

Explore the ‘wild side’ of Castell Henllys and enjoy an informative walk & talk collecting and identifying fungi.

Plus

  • A UK Fungus Day exhibition and displays by the Pembrokeshire Fungus Recording network. Bring a packed lunch or enjoy a lunch at the onsite café Caffi’r Caban.
  • Find out about the National Parks UK ‘LookWild’ iNaturalist Citizen Science project.

Taking part in this part of the day requires prior download of the iNaturalist app for Apple or Android devices (and we also strongly recommend also its sister app Seek which is brilliant for kids and adults alike). For further information on LookWild visit the UK National Parks website.

For further information on UK Fungus Day visit the UK Fungus Day website.

Hand holding fungi up to the camera with people searching for fungi in the background to promote UK Fungus Day

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Details

Date:
10 October
Time:
11:00am - 3:00pm
Cost:
Free
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Website:
www.castellhenllys.com

Further Details

Recommended kit
Packed lunch, Sun protection, Warm clothing, Water / drink, Waterproof jacket,
Additional information
Free parking, Family friendly, Toilets available, Children must be supervised, Well behaved dogs on leads welcome,
Booking Information
Booking essential, Free event,
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Location

Castell Henllys Iron Age Village
Meline
Near Crymych, Pembrokeshire SA41 3UR United Kingdom
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Phone:
01239 891319
Website:
celts@castellhenllys.com

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