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 email: angela.hewitt@btclick.com

 

 

*** HAPPENINGS  2024 ***

 

Regular Open Days

 

Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday

Connect With Nature - visit us and explore our

 nature reserve and learn something interesting about nature

Winter Time... 10.30 - 3.30 last entry 3pm

Summer time... 10.30—4.30pm.

(last entry 3.30pm)

Friends/Members - Free

Concession - £6

Adult -  £8.00

Child  - £4.00 inc bug pot to keep & quiz sheet

Under 4's & babies - free

 

 

Special "HAPPENINGS" in 2024

 

 

Workshops and Talks

Watercolour Master-Class 20th April & 8th June

Magic Drawing - Class 7th April & 15th June

Meadow Magic  - Walk and Talk 7th July

Make a Woodland Garden - Walk and Talk 26th May

Create a Mini Nature Reserve - Walk and Talk 14th July

 

Photography Competition Details coming soon

Photographs of  Isle of Wight wildlife. Which 12 will be chosen by public vote for the 2025 calendar?

See poster with more information on the left.

 

Nordic Pole Walking every Tuesday and Sunday

 

Grand Sale of Bric a Brac, collectibles and stuff

 Feb 3rd and 4th - postponed until floor painted

 

Art Sale - March 2nd and 3rd

 

Heritage Lottery Open week

make a willow bird  feeder  - March 10th, 12th & 14th

 

Easter SCURRY - April 2nd, 3rd and 7th

 

Spring Walking Festival -  May 11th - 19th

 

Recycalogical Event - May 26th

 

Summer Hols - free entry for children on Thursday

 and Sunday 10.30 - 3.30 last entry must be

 accompanied by an adult (£8)

 

August -Photography Competition Exhibition

 

Harvest Lunch - September 8th

 

Autumn Walking Festival - October 5th - 13th

 

Pumpkin Hunt  - October

Find the Snowmen -  December

 

Christmas Tree Competiton for Primary Schools.

 

Make a Christmas tree wreath from recycled or natural materials.

 

 

Extra info on Plan a visit page

 

Small Organised Group Visits

 

We welcome small groups most days but  they must be pre-booked (Min 8 people max 15).

Group Price £50 min 8 people &  then £6.25/ extra person

please email to arrange a visit angela.hewitt@btclick.com

 

Celebrating 15 years  - Special Group Visits

THE OPTIONS BELOW ARE AVAILABLE 7 DAYS OF THE WEEK

OPTION 1 Explore and eat

A stroll around Naturezones nature reserve exploring the meadows and woodland. Take in the information panels, do a fun quiz, explore pond life, spot butterflies, dragon flies, bumble bees and the giant green bush cricket. Return to the barn for a delicious apple and blackberry cream tea, cheesy savoury tea or gluten free cake

Price £12.95/person. 11+ £11.95/person (Min 8 people max 15 people)

 

OPTION 2 – Guided Walk and Talk

As Option 1 including a Guided Walk and Talk  lasting approx’ 90 mins.

Price structure as Option 1 plus £39

 

OPTION 3  - Watercolour Demonstration by Angela Hewitt (max 8 people)

A 40 minute demonstration of Angela’s “wet in wet“ techniques followed by a stroll around the nature reserve and on return a delicious apple and blackberry cream tea, cheesy savoury tea or gluten free cake. Duration approx’ 2 hrs

Price structure as Option 1 plus £60.00

 

OPTION 4  - How to create a wildflower area

A 35 min visual lecture plus a walk around the nature reserve exploring the range of methods that can be used to create a wildflower area. Followed by Q&A and a delicious apple and blackberry cream tea, cheesy savoury tea or gluten free cake

Duration 2 hrs. Price structure as Option 1 + £60.00

 

PLEASE EMAIL TO ORGANISE DATE AND TIME

 

 

Please become a Friend of Naturezones

Your support is valuable to us and helps

 us manage a 19 acre education centre.

We are currently fundraising for a new

 mower

PLEASE DONATE HERE

 

Thank you

 

 

 

 

 

                                                            

save the bees - save the world !!

THE WELL-BEING OF THE PLANET IS CRUCIAL TO THE WELL BEING OF THE HUMAN RACE

Quote by Alanis Obomsawin - When the last tree Is cut down, the last fish eaten, and the last stream poisoned, you will realize that you can not eat money