Wildflowers, hedges and hedgerows, bats and barn-owlsColby Woodland Garden, Pembrokeshire
- Dates5 September 2020 to 12 September 2020
- Holiday typeHand picked
- AvailabilityPlaces available
- Activity type Coast and countryside
- Holiday code20KHP195
- AccommodationLittle Craig Y Borion Farm
About Wildflowers, hedges and hedgerows, bats and barn-owlsHelp us enrich our farmland with new woodlands, better hedges and more wildflowers.
Help us to increase the nature value of our farmland by improving hedgerows and field margins. Working alongside our staff and other volunteers sowing wildflower strips for pollinating bees and other insects, sowing field margins with seed mixes providing food for birds, mice and voles, all helping our farmland to support a wide range of insect and animal life, including rare bats and Barn Owls. Also helping to maintain the hedges in and around the walled garden. There will also be a wide range of other estate and garden tasks available to keep things varied and interesting!
About the accommodation
Little Craig-y-Borion Farm sits at the heart of the 900-acre Colby Estate. The farmhouse dates back at least 200 years and is an old stone and lime-mortar building restored and refurbished in 2015. Accommodation is in three twin bedrooms.Heated by wood burners and solar panels with a newly replanted orchard and kitchen garden in the making, it sits in a beautiful location far from the road and surrounded by woodland and meadows. There is a large network of woodland paths right on the doorstep and the beach at Amroth is a 30-minute walk away through lovely woodland.
Facilities: garden, open fire/woodburner, washing machine, tumble dryer.
Bedding: all bedding/linen provided.
Notes for guests
What to bring: Tough boots and robust outdoor clothing needed.
A standard kit list can be found on our Essential Information page.