Thursday 24th June

Himalayan Balsam Removal, Thornton Common

7.30 - 9.30 pm

Join the Wirral Countryside Volunteers to help remove this invasive species from the woodland at Thornton Common.

Meet on Thornton Common Road where it crosses the M53.

Book your place here:

Saturday 3rd July

Poulton Hall Garden Opening

2 - 5 pm

Caroline and Scirard Lancelyn Green are opening their garden at Poulton Hall to raise money for Wirral Wildlife and New Ferry Butterfly Park.

Explore the walled garden, wildflower meadow and hedgerows. Cream teas available.


£6 for adults, children under 16 free.
Entrance + cream tea £9.50.

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Sunday 19th September

Heritage Walk - New Ferry Butterfly Park: An Industrial Legacy to Bee and Butterfly Haven

Tours start 2 pm and 2.30 pm

The tour will explore the industrial history of this former railway goods yard (brick-making and railway operations), and how this has contributed to the wildlife diversity of the park. This site demonstrates the value of brownfield sites.

Tour takes approximately 1 to 1½ hours on a short walk of about 600 metres.

The walks will start at the Park’s entrance on Howell Road, New Ferry (approach road to Bebington Station Car Park). The Park is signed from Bebington Road, and the access is between Aldi (CH62 5BG) and the railway overbridge.

Limited disabled access.

Refreshments available at the end of the tour.

Admission is free but donations are welcome.

Booking is essential. Book your tour here:

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Thursday 24th June, 7.30-9.30pm