Summer Solstice Wildlife Walks

Summer Solstice Wildlife Walks

Discover bird life, wild flowers, Welsh names for wildlife and traditional uses of plants, at this special time of year.

Summer solstice, or mid-summer’s day is a celestial event when the sun is at its highest point in the sky and the daylight hours at their longest. It is a time traditionally honoured by Celts, pagans and druids among others. Discover more about ancient solstice celebrations and spiritual beliefs.

Nature is at its most abundant and wildlife activity at its zenith. Herbs and wildflowers are most potent for harvesting and medicinal use at this time. Join a walk to celebrate and explore the magic of midsummer.

The price for this unique experience is only £10 per person.

Wed June 20th at 10.00am

Thu June 21st at 19.00pm

Sat June 23rd at 19.00pm

Sun June 24th at 10.00am

We will meet at St. Gwenfaen’s Church, Rhoscolyn. Booking in advance is advised as we have limited places.

We look forward to seeing you there.


  1. liz says:

    I wish I lived near enough to come on the solstice walk it looks fantastic. I will be with you in spirit!

  2. jacob says:

    I agree Anglesey is beautiful.

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