Earth Day at Langford Lakes

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The view at Langford Lakes – Shutterstock

The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) Wiltshire is extending a warm invitation to you and your guests to join in a celebration of our planet on Saturday, 20th April, from 2pm to 5.30 pm.
Nestled in the heart of Steeple Langford, the Langford Lakes Nature Reserve – a haven for nature lovers and environmental enthusiasts alike – serves as the perfect backdrop for an afternoon dedicated to appreciating and learning about the intricate relationship between humans and the natural world. Dr. Suzanne Keene, Chair of the CPRE South Wiltshire Group, will kick off the event with a welcome address, setting the stage for a series of talks. The speaker lineup boasts experts passionate about various aspects of environmental conservation, including Robin Leech, a farm ecologist and facilitator for the Wylye Valley Farmers’ cluster group, who will share insights into sustainable farming practices. Alex Atkinson, Conservation Lead for the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, will delve into the critical work being done in river conservation, while Peter Thompson, a seasoned agronomist formerly associated with the Game & Conservancy Trust, will discuss wildlife and agronomy’s interconnectedness.
This event is not just an opportunity to learn but also a chance to connect with fellow members of the CPRE community and like-minded individuals who share a commitment to preserving the beauty and biodiversity of our countryside. Whether you’re a long-standing member or a newcomer interested in environmental issues, you’re encouraged to come along – and bring a friend too!
Tickets, which include refreshments, are £12 per adult. Admission opens at 1.45pm, allowing attendees ample time to settle in before the festivities begin.
Don’t miss the chance to celebrate Earth Day in one of Wiltshire’s most picturesque settings.

For more information about CPRE Wiltshire, visit cprewiltshire.org.uk

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