Scrub up for butterfliesCissbury Ring, West Sussex
- Dates9 November 2019 to 16 November 2019
- Holiday typeTrust
- AvailabilityPlaces available
- Activity type Coast and countryside
- Holiday code19BTP262
- AccommodationSlindon Bunkhouse
About Scrub up for butterfliesHelp improve the habitat for butterflies at Cissbury Ring.
Join the ranger at the largest Iron Age hill fort in Sussex with spectacular views, to help improve the habitat of the 28 species of butterfly found at Cissbury Ring. By removing scrub and old fence lines from the ramparts, you will also play an important part in preserving the remains of Neolithic flint mines.
About the accommodation
Slindon Bunkhouse is a converted stable block on the 1,400-hectare estate at Slindon between Arundel and Chichester. The estate is typical of the South Downs with rolling hills and farmland set against a background of woodland and hedges. In addition to that it has an ancient deer park and various archaeological sites. The bunkhouse has a recently refurbished kitchen and seating area with sofas.
Notes for guests
What to bring: steel toe-caps advisable but not essential.
A standard kit list can be found on our Essential Information page.
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