Tuesday 27th July 2021, 11:00am-4:00pm


  • Amanda Brazington
  • abrazington@butterfly-conservation.org

53.027162207783, -1.1519423361334

Waxwings and Goldcrest gardens in Nottingham will be opened by Garden Owners Rob and Jill Carlyle on Tuesday 27 July 11am - 4pm.

On the site of a derelict former mushroom farm, the six acre gardens of the two properties have been developed for biodiversity, including woodland, a pond, meadow, vegetable gardens, lawns, borders and prairie beds. Home to 20 butterfly species including Silver-Washed Fritillary and Green Hairstreak.

Refreshments for sale. Partial wheelchair access.

Price: £4 adult entry.

Address: Waxwings, Lamins Lane, Bestwood Village, Nottingham, NG6 8WS.

Directions: Don't follow satnav. From Redhill Roundabout follow A60 North. After 300 metres turn left onto Lamins Lane. Property is one mile on left. Limited parking on site, more available on lane.