South Walney Soundwalk – 29/10/17

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Walk at South Walney Nature Reserve, Walney Island, Barrow in Furness, Cumbria
Sunday 29th October, 12:00 – 14:30
Leave from the Reserve Office at 12 noon
Free transport from Barrow rail station available – click here to book

Join Sarah Dalrymple, Reserve Warden with the Cumbria Wildlife Trust in a walk around the Reserve, with members of Octopus Collective and SoundCamp, who have been working on the island as part of a new residency programme for a guided walk around South Walney Nature Reserve. Looking back towards Barrow across the bay, this reserve has an important and unique shingle flora, great numbers of migrating waders in Autumn, a grey seal colony, and a fascinating history of cultivation, mining and industry.

Coordinates: 54°02’46.4″N 3°11’34.2”W
Map reference: SD 225 620

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More information
http://www.cumbriawildlifetrust.org.uk/reserves/south-walney

The Walney soundwalk event involves a walk of 3 to 4 miles on gravel and sand tracks. Please contact us with any specific access requirements and we will do our best to accommodate your needs:
info@octopuscollective.org / 07907 850432