Sunday 9th October 2016
ATF East Anglia visit to Kimberley Hall
Location: Wymondham, Norfolk
A rare chance for a guided walk around the veteran and ancient trees of Kimberley Hall which will be led by Tom Williamson – Professor of Landscape History at the University of East Anglia.
Kimberley has been a manorial site and deer park since the middle ages, with its oldest tree dating from 1373. After a recent survey, Aljos Fargon of Kew Gardens describes it as the ‘finest example of ancient oaks in Norfolk’. The park was also landcsaped in 1762 by Capability Brown.
Arrive at 12pm for a 12:30pm start. The walk will last two to three hours. There is parking in front of the hall.
Please bring your own refreshments. Wear suitable out door clothing and footwear for the time of year.
Dogs are not allowed.
Places for people attending have been limited to 40, and will allocated be on a first come, first served basis.
To reserve a place please contact Reg@urbanforestry.info