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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 seniors and carer with one person

Adult -  £8.00

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

Under 4's & babies free

 

Summer Hols - free entry for children

 on Tuesday  and Thursday 10.30 - 3.30 last entry. Must be

 accompanied by an adult (£8) max 2 children/adult

 

Small Organised Group Visits

Relax in nature over a cuppa. Watch the

 squirrels,  dragonflies and song birds

 

 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.

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

Group Price £66 min 8 people &  then £7.50/extra persons

 

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

 

Special "HAPPENINGS" in 2024

 

 

Workshops and Talks

-Make a Woodland Garden - Walk and lecture 2nd June

- Watercolour Master- Class  8th June

- Magic Drawing - Class 15th June

- Meadow Magic  - Walk and lecture 7th July

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- Create a Garden for Wildlife - Walk and lecture 14th July

TO BOOK go to workshops page

 

Nordic Pole Walking every Tuesday and Sunday

 

Spring Walking Festival -  May 11th - 19th

 

Recycalogical Event - Display of Primary School

 entries May 26th

 

 Red Squirrel Festival - Sunday 16th June

Entry: Adult £8 - Concession £6 - Child

 £2

 

August - Photography Competition Exhibition

 

Harvest Lunch - September 8th

 

Autumn Walking Festival - October 5th - 13th

 

Pumpkin Hunt  - October

 

Find the Snowmen -  December

 

Make a Christmas tree wreath from recycled or natural materials.

 

Extra info on Plan a visit page

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

 

 

OTHER GROUPS VISIT OPTIONS

THEY  ARE AVAILABLE 7 DAYS OF THE WEEK

 

 Guided Walk and Talk Min * max 15

As Option As Explore and Eat plus £39

 

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 Explore and Eat  plus £60.00

 

How to create a wildflower area (Min 8 max 15)

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. Explore and Eat + £60.00

 

PLEASE EMAIL TO ORGANISE DATE AND TIME

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                            

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