Get a Slice of the Good Life

Friday, November 27th 2015

Ok, we’re not talking Felicity Kendall and growing your own vegetables, but we do get many comments about how lucky we are to have a job that allows us to spend so much time outdoors, and we appreciate it is something that many people who work in offices or factories would relish. Well, if you are free on Saturday 5th December we have an opportunity for you to join us on our second Winter Worky Day of the season, when we go out onto the reserve and do some practical habitat management work, it’s a real a chance for some fresh air, exercise and general bonhomie. We start at 10am and a hot lunch and refreshments provided. Wear outdoor clothes and footwear.

 

If you are feeling the urge to be creative, we still have some spaces left on our Christmas Willow Wreath making workshop on Friday 11th December. Starting at 10am until lunchtime approx, morning coffee will be provided.
You can find details of these and other events on our website. If you are interested in attending any of these events or have any questions regarding them, please get in touch, we will be happy to hear from you.
 


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