19 June 2013 A Day of Fruit Route events including a campus bat walk, wild tea and scones and d.i.y. tasseography …. Read the future in your tea leaves


Lunchtime walk 12.30-1.30pm. Learn more about wild food growing on campus and the new planting on the first University Fruit Route with Anne-Marie Culhane

Wild tea and scones in the orchard 2-6pm. Bring something comfy to sit on, enjoy scones and wild fruit jams and learn to read your own tea leaves with artist activists Paul Conneally & Anne-Marie Culhane

Candlelit orchard and drinks 9pm followed by a bat walk across Campus at 9.30pm with ecologist Ed Darby.

All events are free and open to all.  

All events meet at the small orchard opposite University Lodge, Loughborough University. 2 minutes walk from the front of Pilkington Library. Tel 0784 9073394 or 01509 222110 @fruitroutes

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