My Calendar

Events in April 2024

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Mon, Apr 1st 2024
Tue, Apr 2nd 2024
Wed, Apr 3rd 2024
Thu, Apr 4th 2024
Fri, Apr 5th 2024
Sat, Apr 6th 2024
Sun, Apr 7th 2024
Mon, Apr 8th 2024
Tue, Apr 9th 2024
Wed, Apr 10th 2024
Thu, Apr 11th 2024
Fri, Apr 12th 2024
Sat, Apr 13th 2024
Sun, Apr 14th 2024
Mon, Apr 15th 2024
Tue, Apr 16th 2024(1 event)

8:00 pm: Beccy Micklem and Chloe Edwards - Oxfordshire's Local Nature Recovery Strategy, agreeing priorities for nature's recovery

Tue, Apr 16th 2024

What does Oxfordshire offer in terms of nature recovery, and what could we become? The Local Nature Recovery Strategy intends to create a vision for the county that brings together ecological data, species data, and people's priorities for the county. Our goal is to indicate where delivery actions could be taken to help achieve shared nature recovery priorities. This is an ongoing strategy and this talk will describe how we have navigated the process and what we intend to achieve.

Chloe Edwards is Local Nature Recovery Strategy Project Manager and Beccy Micklem is Team Leader Biodiversity at Oxfordshire County Council

Free to ANHSO members

Oxford Road
Oxford, OX5 1AB
Wed, Apr 17th 2024
Thu, Apr 18th 2024
Fri, Apr 19th 2024
Sat, Apr 20th 2024
Sun, Apr 21st 2024
Mon, Apr 22nd 2024
Tue, Apr 23rd 2024
Wed, Apr 24th 2024
Thu, Apr 25th 2024
Fri, Apr 26th 2024
Sat, Apr 27th 2024
Sun, Apr 28th 2024
Mon, Apr 29th 2024
Tue, Apr 30th 2024
Wed, May 1st 2024
Thu, May 2nd 2024
Fri, May 3rd 2024
Sat, May 4th 2024
Sun, May 5th 2024(1 event)

10:30 am: Camilla Lambrick and Sue Helm - Bluebells at Foxholes, BBOWT reserve at Bruern, Chipping Norton

Sun, May 5th 2024

Foxholes is a remnant of the historic Wychwood Forest. It includes an extensive acid cap, and slopes down over lime-rich clays towards the River Evenlode. The Bluebells of this ancient semi-natural woodland should be in full flight, with other notable species such as Herb Paris, Wood Sorrel, Wood Goldilocks and Early Purple Orchids. This woodland is an SSSI under the name of Bould Wood, it has some oak standards with hazel coppice and also area planted with Beech, Hornbeam and Lime. It is notable for the wide variety of unusual fungi and butterflies. It can be very muddy even in May so good footwear is essential. Grid ref. SP254206. Parking at Bruern Farms Café and shop, OX7 6QE see

If you would like to stay for lunch, please let Sue know by Sunday 28th April.