BHOGG Event: Shoreham Beach Walk Saturday 3 June, starting 10.30am

Due to its unusual vegetated shingle habitat, Shoreham Beach was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 2006. Join Vic for a guided stroll (approx 3 miles) along Shoreham Beach when the beach should be in full bloom!

Hopefully we will see lot of plants indigenous to vegetated shingle including echiums, crambe, yellow horned poppies, starry clove, childing pink and red valerian as well as hearing snippets of the history of Shoreham beach

Do wear footwear good for walking on our shingle beach. If the weather is really bad we will postpone.  You’ll be able to buy refreshments afterwards at Shoreham Fort‘s Food for Fort or The Pollinator, or bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the beach at the end of the walk.

The walk is free to BHOGG members but you must register here for details and information on where to meet

Vic has lived on Shoreham Beach for many years and serves on the management committee of the local nature reserve. She swims from the beach most days and observes the seasonal changes to the vegetation.

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