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Cricklade ‘s Fritillary Tea Rooms
Afternoon Tea / Snacks
Homemade – Scones and Cakes – Jams & Plants
Located next to the RiveR Thames
Support Cricklade in Bloom
Scones and Cakes
Jams & Plants
Located next to the RiveR Thames
Fritillary Watch – 8th April 2013
REPORT – the ground conditions on the meadow are very muddy and slippery in places. There are a few fritillary shoots just showing but no flowers have been sighted. The Reserve Manager advises that visitors should delay their visit the meadow until the ground conditions have improved. The prolonged and unusual level of flooding and the recent cold weather makes it difficult to predict the timing and success of the fritillary season this year.
Guided walks for 13th & 14th April have been cancelled; instead the Reserve Manager will give an illustrated talk
‘A year in North Meadow’ 2pm 13th 14th April in the Fritillary Tea Rooms at the Town Bridge.
Cream teas and refreshments available from 1.30 till 4pm.
If you have booked a guided walk with the Reserve Manager during April please check to see if the walks are still running contact email@example.com or 07795316191
Fritillaries will be very late – the Fritillary watch web page at http://www.crickladeinbloom.co.uk/fritillary_watch.html is updated regularly so people visiting can see if it is worth the journey.
The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee was celebrated at the Saxon’s Rest, the Community Garden close to the High Street, Cricklade The programme of the unveiling ceremony was as follows: To see the video record …….
Cricklade buddies – can anyone help? FOUND in North Meadow – young male Beagle. The children are desperate to keep him but I’m sure he must have a home somewhere. No collar. Apparently found tied to a fence with string. Any info either message me or ring Clare Flanagan on 07771 823 827
The Cricklade Court Leet are leading a Winters Walk to learn more about the North Meadow. Meet at the Thames Hall, at the Thames Bridge at 1.30pm. Stout footwear is advised as the duration of the event will take approximately 2 Hrs (including refreshments and Slide show.
All are welcome.
Have a look at the Poster:-New_Years_DayWalk