Festive Fun

Friday, November 14th 2014

We are now taking bookings for our Christmas Party. Festivities will be kicking off at 7pm at Wathgill on Wednesday 17th December. As usual there will be some fun quizzes, a delicious three course Christmas Dinner with some live music by local ceilidh band Compass Rose. Tickets for all of this are just £12, and all are welcome to come along and join us for the evening. To book see our events page or let us know next time you are visiting the reserve.

We have just opened the Foxglove Christmas Raffle which will be drawn at the Christmas Party. If you have any items to donate for prizes please leave them on the raffle table in the Field Centre or give them to a member of staff or volunteer. First prize will be a fantastic hamper, filled to the brim with delicious treats for the holidays. There will also be a good range of other prizes to be won. Tickets are now on sale in the Field Centre priced at £1 per strip.

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