‘Souper’ talks at Carding Mill

The Long Mynd’s National Trust ranger team will be offering members of the public the chance to find out how a ranger spends their day this winter. Over a lunchtime bowl of homemade soup at the tea-rooms in Carding Mill Valley, the team will be explaining how they juggle the demands of looking after thousands of acres of conservation land. Tickets are available now via the National Trust’s website, with soup and a roll included in the price.

The talk begins at noon on Monday 5 November – visit nationaltrust.org.uk for details.

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