Sunday 23rd September
Errwood Car Park
1 – 4pm
Summer lives sinking into winter stillness,
But rosehips are shining,
Delicate toadstools sprout in the leaf litter,
Conkers drop on unguarded heads
And squirrels are busy burying nuts
While jays dig them up again and hide them somewhere else
What secrets will the woods share in autumn? Join us to explore the hills of Errwood in the Goyt Valley
We’ll be at Errwood car park between 1 and 4 pm on Sunday 23rd September. There will be a base there and we might take a stroll to the ruins of the Hall. Or you might explore and come back to us to turn your discoveries into your own own autumn book or get messy with an autumn clay and seed ball…..
Contact for more info: fb: Stone and Water
Booking: no booking needed and the event is free
This is one of our Summer Excitements! events supported by Southwest Peak Landscape Partnership and the Bingham Trust
Errwood Hall Car Park
The road between the reservoirs closes on Sundays through to the end of September. Assuming it will still be closed on 23rd, you will need come in down The Street from the Rainow side. The A54/A523 Cat and Fiddle road past the Derbyshire Bridge car park is one way from Errwood towards Derbyshire bridge. Or cycle in!