Coastwatch has a medium-challenge guided coastal walk coming up on Oct 28 (1pm-3.30pm) with sea weed collection and/or coastal treasure hunt (participants decide!). The aim is to have fun and explore the N. Wexford coastal riches, especially the rock formations and wildlife around low tide. Leader is marine biologist, lecturer and experienced field trip leader. Bring own picnic to eat on route, a bag for seaweed and drift wood and warm clothes with boots, or old shoes which can get wet. In case of bad weather an indoor seashore crafts option will be available on the 28th. Meet at Ballymoney beach car park, near Gorey, Co. Wexford. Tickets: €10/€5 conc. Fundraiser for Coastwatch. Suitable for children. Please register by 20th Oct. Contact Karin – Tel 086 8111684.
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