Tree Identification Walk with Richard Hobbs
Saturday 7 July, 10.30am to 12.30pm
Eaton Park has a wonderful range of trees – it’s a real ‘city arboretum’. Richard Hobbs leads this popular walk around Eaton Park and shows you what to look for so you can learn to identify them.
Spaces are limited. Please contact Sarah Scott to reserve one: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01603 505720
Free, donations please to Friends of Eaton Park
Butterfly Day, with the Norfolk branch of Butterfly Conservation
Sunday 5 August, 11am to 3pm
Butterfly identification (bring a photo of your mystery butterflies), moths from local gardens to examine up close, and advice on how to encourage butterflies in your garden. Plus become a butterfly recorder and take part in this year’s Big Butterfly Count in locations around Eaton Park. Find the butterfly gazebo between the rose garden and the children’s play area.
Activities drop in and free, donations please to Butterfly Conservation
Eaton Park Fungus Day, with Kay Yeoman from UEA tbc
Meet the experts and take a closer look at the marvelous world of fungi. There’ll be microscopes to get a closer look plus hands-on craft activities, all under cover at the rotunda, and if necessary, in the warm!
Activities drop in and free, donations please to Friends of Eaton Park