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“Beetle Mania” Comes to Dorothy Clive Garden

An educational family based ‘Beetle Mania’ trail will be hosted by The Dorothy Clive Garden, inspired by children’s book ‘Beetle Boy’ written by M.G. Leonard. The trail, which will wind its way around the garden, is free of charge and will start on Monday 24th July and will be available for families to take part in every day over the ...

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Dorothy Clive Garden Host Mini Beast Adventure

Student entomologists from Harper Adams University, RSPB Midlands & Cranfield Forensic Institute are teaming up with the Dorothy Clive Garden to co-host a Mini Beast Adventure on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June 2017, from 10am to 5.30pm, at the Dorothy Clive 12 acre woodland garden. Families, and other visitors, can take part in a ‘Mini Best Insect Trail’ around ...

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Stick Man trail coming this Easter

Inspired by the Julia Donaldson book of the same name the Dorothy Clive Garden will be hosting an educational family based ‘Stick Man’ trail, throughout the Easter holidays. The trail will be open between Friday the 14th April and Sunday the 23rd April from 10:00am to 5:30pm daily. The trail aims to educate families and other visitors about wildlife and ...

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Charity Garden Appeals for Volunteers

Award winning 12 acre hillside garden, tourist attraction and charitable trust The Dorothy Clive Garden is making an urgent appeal for volunteers to help in garden and gift room. Volunteers are required Monday through to Friday from 10am to 5pm and their commitment can be flexible. The garden volunteer programme includes a range of opportunities for the amateur or experienced gardener such ...

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