The Yorkshire Arboretum; Castle Howard

Tuesday 2nd October, 2018
North Yorkshire

The arboretum is a 120 acre site administered in partnership with Kew Gardens. It contains native species and trees from around the world. There are short or longer (4km) posted tree trails as well as parkland, lakes and ponds to explore. The terrain offers easy walking on well maintained grassy paths. The autumn colours could be magnificent. The hawfinches visited at this time last year.

There is a Visitor Centre with cafe Cost of entry will be £6 or £7 payable on the day (bring correct change). Free Parking in the arboretum car park.

Leaders: Alice Gingell and Sally Tetlow
Minibus transport; depart Unitarian Church 9.30am. Cost £11