Rare wild plants focus for Lizard Peninsula National Trust guided walk

The guided walk will set off from Kynance

The guided walk will set off from Kynance

First published in News

The National Trust will give the public an opportunity to discover rare wild plants with a guided walk on the Lizard Peninsula.

Visitors can join National Trust Ranger Rachel Holder to look at some of the species that make the Lizard so famous for rare plants, and enjoy the cliff top flowers in their full spring glory.

The walk starts at 10am on Friday, May 2, meeting at Kynance car park. There is no need to book, and it costs £2.50 per person, with information available on 01326 291174.

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9:46pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Gill Z Martin says...

Is one still expected to pay the National Trust car-park fee at Kynance in addition to £2.50? to go for a walk.
Walkers can see the wild flowers when walking from the Lizard where one can park free of charge or for donation contribution, and walk to Kynance.
Is one still expected to pay the National Trust car-park fee at Kynance in addition to £2.50? to go for a walk. Walkers can see the wild flowers when walking from the Lizard where one can park free of charge or for donation contribution, and walk to Kynance. Gill Z Martin
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