Autumn Colours

Saturday, October 27th 2018

Over the last week the colours at Foxglove have noticeably changed.  Along the Sycamore Avenue the fallen leaves have turned the path golden yellow.

The Sycamore Avenue

Larch shows soft green colours in spring and are now just turning to yellow, as they are the only deciduous conifer.  The needles will soon fall and the path towards the moor will become covered in a thick layer of them.

Larch

On the south side of Risedale Beck the Larch are a little slower to change colour.

Larch along Risedale Beck

The Coffee Morning is on Thursday the 8th of November in Richmond Town Hall, between 9 and 12.  As usual there will be a cake stall, tombola and raffle.  Please drop in for a cup of tea or coffee or if you would like to help then contact the Reserve Managers.

November 3rd is our Worky Day.  If you are joining us then please let the Reserve Mangers know by Wednesday, as we need to know numbers to order the hot meal.  Layers of old clothes will be needed!


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