Just wow!Richard and Amy led us on a glow-Worm walk along with a few other guests, and we weren’t disappointed at all.We saw Glow-worms (including a oair getting jiggy!), bats galore (common pipistrelle, soprano pipistrelle, daubenton’s and noctule), heard a whimbrel, Muntjac deer, roe deer, tawny owl, water scorpion (a lifer for me!), a horse leech, tons of different moths! Pike!When we first started the walk we were treated to a lovely little hedgehog going about its business, such a delight to see, also a brown hawker dragonfly hawking midges.We arrived a little bit early so parked on the entrance road and saw…Buzzard, Muntjac, hare, rabbits, baby great spotted woodpecker, baby goldcrest, meadow brown butterfly, ringlet butterflies, gatekeepers and could hear the song thrush singing away. Lovely.At the end of the walk we were treated to a moth trap opening, another wow! There were small elephant Hawk-moths, swallowtail moth, light emerald, various carpets, muslin moth to name but a few.If you get the chance to book onto a glow-Worm walk, it is well worth it.