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Fungi Foray

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Batsford Arboretum
Moreton In Marsh
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Find the fabulous fungi in our arboretum with expert forayer Dave Champion. He’ll show you what to look out for and how to identify edible and poisonous fungi during a walk through the arboretum.

Bring sturdy footwear and waterproofs and don’t forget a collectin basket!

Walks limited to 20 people each so book early by calling 01386 701441. Tickets cost £4.50 per person + arboretum entrance fee.

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