Meet at 10:30 in the car park at Weeting Heath Nature Reserve on Hockwold Road just to the west of Weeting, IP27 0QF (Grid ref TL 757 881)
This meeting was planned for 2020 but was cancelled owing to the pandemic and we aim to find the three rare Speedwell species to be found in The Brecks. In the afternoon we will drive over to nearby Santon Downham to look for the rare Knawels Scleranthus spp. and Shepherd’s-Cress Teesdalia nudicaulis . If there’s time we should be able to take in a couple of extra sites.
Field meetings are open to all members of the Society. Guests may also attend meetings. Children are welcome but remain the responsibility of parents/guardians at all times.
Leaders have received updated procedures and recommendations to ensure the safety of members on meetings with regard to Covid-19. These include maintaining social distancing and perhaps limiting numbers at a meeting depending on terrain.
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Please DO NOT bring dogs as many field meetings are held in nature reserves or where there are grazing animals. Registered guide dogs may be exempt from this requirement, unless they are prohibited by the landowners. Please check with the meeting organiser.
Transport and accommodation is the responsibility of the attendee. However, members who do not drive or who have difficulty in reaching the starting point should contact the leader, whose details you will be given when you book, to see if transport might be available.
Please arrive promptly for the meeting. If you have traffic problems let the leader know so they can advise on the route and how you can find the group.
When you arrive at the meeting, park considerately, act responsibly, bearing in mind the Countryside Code, and stay with the group. Always inform the leader if you must leave before the end of a meeting.
Packed lunches are usually required and need to be carried.
All those attending Wild Flower Society field meetings do so at their own risk.