Explore the nature of Dawes Hall

Halstead Gazette: Explore the nature of Dawes Hall Explore the nature of Dawes Hall

The wildlife paradise of Daws Hall is holding an open day.

The 25 acre site in Lamarsh boasts about 100 different species of wildflowers, four acres of unspoiled woodland, a number of ponds and even its own island.

It is home to an abundance of wildlife, as well as 16 Red-breasted geese, a rare and endangered breed originating from Russia.

It will be open next Sunday from 12 noon until 4pm.

Entry is £5 for adults and £1 for children over five.


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