About 80 people came along to the Information Coffee Morning in Louth where they had time to meet like-minded people, including the Mayor of Louth and LWT CEO Paul Learoyd, for a chat whilst enjoying coffee and biscuits. The presence of wildlife Volunteer-Wardens from Donna Nook, Red Hill and Toby’s Hill together with those from our woodland sites and verges explaining how the local wildlife sites are maintained proved very popular.
Sales of LWT wildlife publications, Christmas Cards and gifts went well. Visitors were able to look at wild flower seeds look under a microscope whilst the slightly salty smell of the shore line attracted people who had seen many shells and seaweeds washed up by the tide but had never looked at them carefully nor wondered what they were
Many thanks to those who visited and especial thanks to those LAG members who helped on the day. RW