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The CRT would like to invite you behind the scenes at Lark Rise Farm on Friday 4th August as part of National Countryside Week. The Lark Rise Discovery Day will focus very much on encouraging people to engage with the countryside and educating attendees on the importance of Wildlife Friendly farming.
Whether it rains or shines or whether the combine is still harvesting, there are lots of fun activities and demonstrations planned across the farm. Butterfly surveys and activities, build a butterfly biome, conservation activities and guided farm walks around our beautiful meadows. Meet the farmer, wildlife and conservation experts and hone your identification skills, everyone is welcome!

With an afternoon embracing wildlife and getting a taste of conservation on Lark Rise Farm, we’ve got “fast slow food” from Provenance Kitchen, our own BBQ, locally made cider and other refreshments for the kids and the non-cider fans!

Please note – The ground is very uneven in places. Come fair or shine the walks and activities are suitable for children aged 3+ (all children must be accompanied by an adult). The event will be held behind the site for the new HQ at 51 Wimpole Road BARTON, Cambridge. For car parking please follow signs once on Wimpole Road. For SAT NAV use CB23 7AG. For more information on Lark Rise and it’s location please click here.

Please bring binoculars & cameras and share images of the day on the CRT’s Facebook page.

 The event will be free of charge and will run from 11am until 6pm.

Lark Rise Farm in the village of Barton near Cambridge. There are good cycle paths from Cambridge and buses run regularly from the city centre and surrounding areas.

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Lark Rise Discovery Day will replace the previous Festivals of Farming Food and Wildlife, which were held on Bird’s Farm.