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Three sessions per morning

10am, 10.45am & 11.30am

Families will have a hands-on opportunity to get a closer look at the exciting variety of animals that live in our ponds.

Cost: £2/child per session

(Adults free)

Booking is essential

Book with Stroud Valleys Project on 01453 753358

 

CamBats flying

Saturday 19 August

8.00 pm - 10.00 pm approx.

Come along and enjoy a talk & walk about local Bat species that we hope to hear and possibly see before dusk in around the Rackleaze Wetland site, a wildlife oasis managed by Stroud Valleys Project. We will be meeting at Cam Parish Council Office at 8pm where we will meet Ms Nadine Symkatz-Kloss, a locally based ecologist and bat expert.

Stroud Valleys Project organise a number of bat walks locally to encourage people to see and hear bats in their natural environment organised by local bat groups, wildlife trusts and other organisations.

These events take place during or around International Bat Weekend August 27th & 28th. Organised by Bat Conservation Trust these events are an annual celebration of bats.       

Booking essential for this FREE event as numbers are limited (20). However donations are really appreciated.

Book with Stroud Valleys Project on 01453 753358

 

 

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10am - 12.30pm

 

Spend the morning walking from playground to playground with fun activities along the way.

Unfortunately, not suitable for pushchairs.

Cost: £2/child (Adults free)

Booking essential

Book with Stroud Valleys Project on 01453 753358

Photo : ©  Deb Roberts

 

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8pm - 9.30pm

Come along and enjoy an early evening stroll around Wild About Kingswood’s own Open Green Spaces with our bat expert, Nadine Symkatz-Kloss, a locally based ecologist and former colleague of Stroud Valleys Project.

FREE event

Donations welcomed

Booking essential as numbers are limited.

Book with Stroud Valleys Project on 01453 753358

 

 

 

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1pm - 3pm

The Gloucestershire Geology Trust will be taking us on a guided walk along the shore of the Severn at Hock Cliff to find fossils embedded in the mud shale. This can be a muddy and slippery walk so good shoes or boots are essential.

A family event suitable for children.

Cost: £5/adult & £2/child

SVP Friends: £4/adult & £2/child

Booking essential - Book with Stroud Valleys Project on 01453 753358

Photo : © John Ockham

 

 

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10am – 1pm

Come along, enjoy, learn about what insects and mini-beasts live in and around the Rackleaze Wetland site with our wildlife experts Denise Gibbons and Barbara Wood.

The aim of survey will be to continue collecting records of insects and wildlife found on the wetland site on that day. Barbara and Denise have been collecting data at the site for a number of years, building up a picture of the insect and wildlife species found.

FREE event

Donations welcomed

Booking in advance is essential

Book with Stroud Valleys Project on 01453 753358

 

 

Saturday 23 SeptemberLittle egret - bird walk sept17

9.30am - 12.30pm

Discover the richly varied birdlife of the area around Frampton on Severn. Join us on this gentle but varied walk – taking in the parkland at Frampton with its lakes and woodland, including a stroll along the canal. Look across to the River Severn for passage and incoming autumn migrants.

Cost: £5/adult & £2/child

SVP Friends: £4/adult & £2/child

Booking and paying in advance is essential

Book with Stroud Valleys Project on 01453 753358

 

 

 

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Pumpkins & Apples in the Park

 

Save your pumpkins for the competition!

 

Sunday 29 October 2017

Apple pressing workshops : 11-12.30pm and 2-3pm

PumpkinsBring some apples and have a go at making your own juice. Try a variety of apple-related family activities.

Drop off carved pumpkins at museum courtyard by 3.30pm then join in with a twilight Pumpkin Lantern Trail: 5.30pm

Prizes for :Best carved home-grown pumpkin

Best primary school-aged entrant

Best secondary school-aged entrant

Best family entrants

 

Outdoor Autumn fun for all the family!

 

Pumpkin Jack O’ Lantern

Care Instructions - Place the pot somewhere warm (above 20 ºC). Grow outdoors in a sheltered place or in cold-frame. Plant outside after last frost. Plant one plant for 1-2 m2.

Harvest in autumn and store at temperature of 10 – 15ºC.

 

 

Stroud Valleys Project is a limited company,
registered in England and Wales.    

Registered number: 2224016    

Registered charity number: 900107

Stroud Valleys Project,
8 Threadneedle Street,
Stroud,
Gloucestershire,
GL5 1AF

Tel: 01453 753358

Fax: 01453 755641

Email: info@stroudvalleysproject.org

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