Beavers - A Success Story

Date / Time
Start date: 
Fri, 2018-03-09 19:30
Summary: 
An illustrated talk by Mark Elliott - Devon Beaver Project Lead

Organised by Halsdon and Dolton DWT local group.

Booking details
Booking required?: 
No
Admission charge: 
Yes
Admission details: 
Adults £2.50, Children Free
Contact name: 
Hazel Donovan
Contact number: 
01805 804425
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
BBC
Include in BBC: 
No
Category: 
Outdoors & Adventure
Project ID: 
Get Inspired
Suitable for
Suitable for: Any age: 
Yes
Suitable for: 0-4: 
No
Suitable for: 5-6: 
No
Suitable for: 7-10: 
No
Suitable for: 11-13: 
No
Suitable for: 14-15: 
No
Suitable for: 16-17: 
No
Suitable for: 18+: 
No
Other details
Mobility: 
People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Wheelchair: 
Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
Location
Trust: 
Devon Wildlife Trust
Address
Location: 
Dolton Village Hall
County: 
Devon
Postcode: 
EX19 8QS
Town: 
Winkleigh

OPEN GARDEN EVENT BURNCOOSE GARDEN AND HOUSE

Date / Time
Start date: 
Sun, 2018-04-15 11:00 - 16:00

Booking details
Booking required?: 
No
Admission charge: 
Yes
Admission details: 
£5 entrance. Children under 16 years free
Audience: 
Families
Contact name: 
Open Garden Coordinator
Contact number: 
(01872) 273939
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
BBC
Include in BBC: 
No
Category: 
Outdoors & Adventure
Project ID: 
Get Inspired
Suitable for
Suitable for: Any age: 
Yes
Suitable for: 0-4: 
No
Suitable for: 5-6: 
No
Suitable for: 7-10: 
No
Suitable for: 11-13: 
No
Suitable for: 14-15: 
No
Suitable for: 16-17: 
No
Suitable for: 18+: 
No
Other details
Mobility: 
Suitable for people with limited mobility
Wheelchair: 
Suitable for wheelchair users
Dogs: 
Yes – Dogs on lead welcome
Location
Trust: 
Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Meeting place: 
Meet on the A393 between Lanner and Ponsanooth
Address
Location: 
Gwennap Redruth
County: 
Cornwall

Aquatic Invertebrate Workshop at Ingrebourne Valley Visitor Centre

Date / Time
Start date: 
Sun, 2018-03-04 10:00 - 16:00
Summary: 
An indoor workshop, with survey practice at Hornchurch Country Park

This session is a collaboration between London Wildlife Trust and the Roding Beam and Ingrebourne Catchment Partnership.

We will give an insight into the wonderful world of aquatic invertebrates that live in our rivers and ponds. We will spend the day learning to identify these magnificent animals, which help us understand the health of wetland habitats. The training is free, however places are limited and booking is essential.

Booking details
Booking required?: 
Yes
Admission charge: 
No
Contact name: 
David Courtneidge
Contact number: 
07834 867 422
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
BBC
Include in BBC: 
No
Category: 
Outdoors & Adventure
Project ID: 
Get Inspired
Suitable for
Suitable for: Any age: 
Yes
Suitable for: 0-4: 
No
Suitable for: 5-6: 
No
Suitable for: 7-10: 
No
Suitable for: 11-13: 
No
Suitable for: 14-15: 
No
Suitable for: 16-17: 
No
Suitable for: 18+: 
No
Other details
Mobility: 
People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Wheelchair: 
Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
Location
Trust: 
London Wildlife Trust
Address
Location: 
Ingrebourne Valley Visitor Centre, Hornchurch Country Park, Squadrons Approach
County: 
Greater London
Postcode: 
RM12 6DF
Town: 
London

Cotswold Farm Gardens Snowdrop Weekend

Date / Time
Start date: 
Sat, 2018-02-17 11:00 - 15:00
Sun, 2018-02-18 11:00 - 15:00
Summary: 
Marvel at the 62 varieties of snowdrops in this family friendly Cotswold garden.

Marvel at the 62 varieties of snowdrops throughout this beautiful arts and crafts garden.

Teas, cake and bulbs for sale.

Tickets: £5 for adults, children go free
 

Booking details
Booking required?: 
No
Admission charge: 
Yes
Admission details: 
Entry fee is £5.00 per adult, children under 16 free.
Audience: 
All
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
BBC
Include in BBC: 
No
Category: 
Outdoors & Adventure
Project ID: 
Get Inspired
Suitable for
Suitable for: Any age: 
Yes
Suitable for: 0-4: 
Yes
Suitable for: 5-6: 
Yes
Suitable for: 7-10: 
Yes
Suitable for: 11-13: 
Yes
Suitable for: 14-15: 
Yes
Suitable for: 16-17: 
Yes
Suitable for: 18+: 
Yes
Other details
Mobility: 
People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Wheelchair: 
Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
Dogs: 
Yes – Dogs on lead welcome
Location
Trust: 
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
Address
Location: 
Cotswold Farm, Duntisbourne Abbots
County: 
Gloucestershire
Postcode: 
GL7 7JS
Town: 
Nr. Cirencester

Paediatric 1st Aid (RQF) & Outdoor 1st Aid(RQF) - Level 3 Award

Date / Time
Start date: 
Thu, 2018-07-19 09:00 - Fri, 2018-07-20 18:00

Earn a Level 3 Award in both Outdoor First Aid (RQF) AND Paediatric First Aid (RQF) in a single 2 day session.  QNUK is the issuing organisation.

Our tutor, Adrian Goodhand, will be covering a multitude of topics to ensure that you are fully qualified at the end of this course.  The units of assesment are as follows:

Outdoor 1st Aid:

Booking details
Booking required?: 
Yes
Admission charge: 
Yes
Admission details: 
members £195, non-members £207
Audience: 
Adults
Contact name: 
Adult Learning Team
Contact email: 
adult.learning@surreywt.org.uk
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
BBC
Include in BBC: 
No
Category: 
Outdoors & Adventure
Project ID: 
Get Inspired
Suitable for
Suitable for: Any age: 
No
Suitable for: 0-4: 
No
Suitable for: 5-6: 
No
Suitable for: 7-10: 
No
Suitable for: 11-13: 
No
Suitable for: 14-15: 
No
Suitable for: 16-17: 
No
Suitable for: 18+: 
Yes
Other details
Mobility: 
People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Wheelchair: 
Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
What to bring?: 
Please bring a packed lunch.
Location
Trust: 
Alderney Wildlife Trust
Address
Location: 
Nower Wood Educational Nature Reserve, Mill Way
County: 
Surrey
Postcode: 
KT22 8QA
Town: 
Leatherhead

Amazing beasts of Parc Slip

Date / Time
Start date: 
Tue, 2018-02-20 10:30 - 15:00
Summary: 
Looking for something to do over the February half-term? Why not go on a wild adventure around Parc Slip Nature Reserve and discover the amazing beasts that live there.

Take our self-guided trail around the reserve and spot the wonderful creatures that live in the different habitats. From minibeasts (invertebrates) to birds and mammals you’ll be taken to the best places to find these animals.

Time: Drop into the visitor centre during the day anytime between 10:30am-3pm.

Meeting Place: Collect a trail map from the Parc Slip Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre.

Clothing Requirements: Outdoor clothes, waterproofs and wellies/boots.

Booking details
Booking required?: 
No
Admission charge: 
Yes
Admission details: 
£2 per child
Audience: 
Families
Contact name: 
Megan
Contact number: 
01656 724100
Contact email: 
m.howells@welshwildlife.org
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
BBC
Include in BBC: 
No
Category: 
Outdoors & Adventure
Project ID: 
Get Inspired
Suitable for
Suitable for: Any age: 
No
Suitable for: 0-4: 
No
Suitable for: 5-6: 
Yes
Suitable for: 7-10: 
Yes
Suitable for: 11-13: 
Yes
Suitable for: 14-15: 
No
Suitable for: 16-17: 
No
Suitable for: 18+: 
No
Other details
Mobility: 
People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Wheelchair: 
Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
Dogs: 
Yes – Dogs on lead welcome
What to bring?: 
Outdoor clothes, waterproofs and wellies/boots.
Location
Location reference: 
72102
Trust: 
The Wildlife Trust for South and West Wales
Address
Location: 
Parc Slip
County: 
Bridgend
Postcode: 
CF32 0EH
Grid ref: 
SS 881 841
Town: 
Aberkenfig

Nature Explorers - Home Education

Date / Time
Start date: 
Tue, 2018-03-06 11:00 - 13:00
Summary: 
Join us on the first Tuesday of every month for a hands on wildlife club for home educated children. Each month follows a different theme with hands on wildlife activities, craft, stories and child-led play.

What to bring?

The clubs are designed to allow child-led outdoor play. Come prepared to get muddy and be outside whatever the weather. We may also be cooking snacks on a fire. We recommend long trousers and closed toed shoes whatever the weather as you will be kneeling down and walking through long grass

Is there an age limit for children?

Nature Explorers is aimed at 5-8 year olds.

Booking details
Booking required?: 
Yes
Admission charge: 
Yes
Admission details: 
£4 per child
Audience: 
Families
Children
Contact name: 
Charley Miller
Contact number: 
01635 874381
Contact email: 
charleymiller@bbowt.org.uk
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
BBC
Include in BBC: 
No
Category: 
Outdoors & Adventure
Project ID: 
Get Inspired
Suitable for
Suitable for: Any age: 
Yes
Suitable for: 0-4: 
No
Suitable for: 5-6: 
No
Suitable for: 7-10: 
No
Suitable for: 11-13: 
No
Suitable for: 14-15: 
No
Suitable for: 16-17: 
No
Suitable for: 18+: 
No
Other details
Mobility: 
People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Wheelchair: 
Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
Location
Location reference: 
134212
Trust: 
Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust
Address
Location: 
Nature Discovery Centre
County: 
Berkshire
Postcode: 
RG19 3FU
Town: 
Thatcham

Nature Explorers - Home Education

Date / Time
Start date: 
Tue, 2018-02-06 11:00 - 13:00
Summary: 
Join us on the first Tuesday of every month for a hands on wildlife club for home educated children. Each month follows a different theme with hands on wildlife activities, craft, stories and child-led play.

What to bring?

The clubs are designed to allow child-led outdoor play. Come prepared to get muddy and be outside whatever the weather. We may also be cooking snacks on a fire. We recommend long trousers and closed toed shoes whatever the weather as you will be kneeling down and walking through long grass.

Is there an age limit for children?

Nature Explorers is aimed at 5-8 year olds.

Booking details
Booking required?: 
Yes
Admission charge: 
Yes
Admission details: 
£4 per child
Audience: 
Families
Children
Contact name: 
Charley Miller
Contact number: 
01635 874381
Contact email: 
charleymiller@bbowt.org.uk
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
BBC
Include in BBC: 
No
Category: 
Outdoors & Adventure
Project ID: 
Get Inspired
Suitable for
Suitable for: Any age: 
Yes
Suitable for: 0-4: 
No
Suitable for: 5-6: 
No
Suitable for: 7-10: 
No
Suitable for: 11-13: 
No
Suitable for: 14-15: 
No
Suitable for: 16-17: 
No
Suitable for: 18+: 
No
Other details
Mobility: 
People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Wheelchair: 
Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
Location
Location reference: 
134212
Trust: 
Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust
Address
Location: 
Nature Discovery Centre
County: 
Berkshire
Postcode: 
RG19 3FU
Town: 
Thatcham

New Cross Gate Cutting Open Day

Date / Time
Start date: 
Fri, 2018-01-26 13:00 - 16:00
Summary: 
Come and explore this beautiful nature reserve which is usually closed to the public.

Your chance to visit this secluded nature reserve.

New Cross Gate Cutting is a secluded area of woodland with small grassy glades, set on the broad slopes of a deep railway cutting, which supports 170 species of flowering plants.

The reserve is predominantly oak woodland with open glades of neutral and acid grassland in which reeds and tall herbs grow. Some flowers are locally rare, and the site contributes to one of London’s most important railway cuttings for wildlife, stretching southwards to Forest Hill.

Booking details
Booking required?: 
No
Admission charge: 
No
Audience: 
All
Contact name: 
Sam Bentley-Toon
Contact number: 
07734 599286
Contact email: 
sbtoon@wildlondon.org.uk
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
BBC
Include in BBC: 
No
Category: 
Outdoors & Adventure
Project ID: 
Get Inspired
Suitable for
Suitable for: Any age: 
Yes
Suitable for: 0-4: 
No
Suitable for: 5-6: 
No
Suitable for: 7-10: 
No
Suitable for: 11-13: 
No
Suitable for: 14-15: 
No
Suitable for: 16-17: 
No
Suitable for: 18+: 
No
Other details
Mobility: 
People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Wheelchair: 
Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
Location
Trust: 
London Wildlife Trust
Meeting place: 
New Cross Gate Cutting, Vesta Road Entrance
Address
Location: 
New Cross Gate Cutting
Postcode: 
SE4 2NR
Grid ref: 
TQ36327624
Town: 
London

Shelters & Structures

Date / Time
Start date: 
Sat, 2018-06-02 10:00 - 15:00

This is the perfect course for Forest School Leaders or any outdoor educator.  We will be spending the day learning the practical skills needed to create a multitude of different structures and shelters.

We will be using ropes and tarpaulins to make temporary shelters for outdoor activities.  Many different knots will also be used in this excercise.

Booking details
Booking required?: 
Yes
Admission charge: 
Yes
Admission details: 
members £35, non-members £47
Audience: 
Adults
Contact name: 
Adult Learning Team
Contact email: 
adult.learning@surreywt.org.uk
Fully booked: 
No
Cancelled: 
No
BBC
Include in BBC: 
No
Category: 
Outdoors & Adventure
Project ID: 
Get Inspired
Suitable for
Suitable for: Any age: 
No
Suitable for: 0-4: 
No
Suitable for: 5-6: 
No
Suitable for: 7-10: 
No
Suitable for: 11-13: 
No
Suitable for: 14-15: 
No
Suitable for: 16-17: 
No
Suitable for: 18+: 
Yes
Other details
Mobility: 
People with limited mobility please contact organiser in advance
Wheelchair: 
Wheelchair users please contact organiser in advance
What to bring?: 
Please bring a packed lunch.
Location
Location reference: 
71322
Trust: 
Surrey Wildlife Trust
Address
Location: 
Nower Wood Educational Nature Reserve, Mill Way
County: 
Surrey
Postcode: 
KT22 8QA
Town: 
Leatherhead