Nene Valley Watch and Youth Rangers - Make a Willow Wreath Bird Feeder

Festive wreath

Nene Valley Watch and Youth Rangers - Make a Willow Wreath Bird Feeder

Location:

Nene Wetlands,

Nene Wetlands Visitor Centre
The Boardwalk
Rushden Lakes
NN10 6FA
Join us and make your very own bird feeder out of willow collected from the Nene Wetlands

Event details

Meeting point

Meet at the Nene Wetlands Visitor Centre on The Boardwalk at Rushden Lakes

Date

Time
10:30am - 12:00pm
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About the event

Join the Nene Valley Watch Group and Youth Rangers (suitable for ages 7 - 17) in making a festive treat for the birds, using willow from the reserve.

To help us to keep everyone safe, we ask that you do not attend if you feel at all unwell- we will offer full refunds for cancellations due to illness. If you start to feel unwell during the event, please let the leader know as soon as possible. Also, please ensure that the contact details you give are correct and up to date, so that we can contact you if required.

Please be aware that the activity includes the use and handling of animal fats, nuts, seeds and other foodstuffs, so may not be suitable for vegans or those with severe allergies.

This event is suitable for ages 7+. For safety purposes, young people must be accompanied by an adult (first accompanying adult free). A maximum of 2 children (under the age of 12) can accompany one adult.

Booking

Price

Child Wildlife Trust BCN Watch or Family member: £4
Child ticket: £6
First accompanying adult: Free
Additional adult Wildlife Trust BCN member: £2
Additional adult ticket: £4

Additional booking information

To help us to keep everyone safe, we ask that you do not attend if you feel at all unwell- we will offer full refunds for cancellations due to illness. If you start to feel unwell during the event, please let the leader know as soon as possible. Also, please ensure that the contact details you give are correct and up to date, so that we can contact you if required.

Suitable for

Children

Know before you go

Dogs

Under effective control

What to bring

For the older children there may be the opportunity to collect willow from the reserve on the day, so ensure that all attendees are dressed appropriately for the activity and the weather (warm clothes, stout footwear, waterproofs etc).

Facilities

Toilets
Shop
Cafe/refreshments
Picnic area
Accessible toilet
Baby changing facilities

Contact us

Juliette Butler

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