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Friday, October 17th 2014

There are several events planned here at Foxglove over the coming weeks and months. Our first Winter Worky Day of the season is on Saturday 8th November, with the second on Saturday 6th December. There are fun days where everyone, any age, is welcome to come along and help out with some habitat management tasks. All equipment is provided, as well as a hot lunch for all the workers!

Last Years Winter Workers

The Richmond Coffee Morning on Thursday 13th November is coming around fast; if you are able help on the morning or by donating cakes, raffle prizes or bric-a-brac please contact the reserve managers.

'Team Capuccino'

The annual Festive Willow Weaving morning is on Friday 5th December at 10am. We will spend the morning making and decorating Christmas wreaths before all sharing lunch together. This is a very popular event so book your place soon to avoid disappointment.

Our Christmas Party has been booked at Wathgill, for 7pm on 17th December. There will be a full Christmas dinner along with quizzes, a raffle and live music from The Compass Rose Ceilidh Band. Tickets for this are £12 per person.

To book on any of these events please visit our events page, alternatively speak to Adam or Matt.
 


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