Conservation Volunteer Day - Waithe beck
19th July 2019
Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project - Conservation Volunteer Day - Waithe beck 10.30am – 3.00pm
Join the LCSP Conservation Group to help maintain this previous restoration site on Waithe beck near in Ashby cum Fenby. No experience necessary just a love of the outdoors and a willingness to get stuck in to some serious practical work!
Meeting place is on site at Moorhouse Farm
Grid Reference - TA 24121 01595.
Full details and directions can be found here -
https://www.lincswolds.org.uk/chalk-streams/upcomingevents or contact
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Great Alford Mouse Trail
20th July 2019
The Great Alford Mouse Trail event is to run between Saturday 20th July – Sunday 4th August, when a variety of hand crafted mice will appear around the town. The theme this year is "Mice from Outer Space".
Giant mice, made from recycled materials will be sited at some of Alford's prominent sites. A variety of smaller mice, made from wool, fabric or painted plaster, will be ‘hidden' in the shop windows in and around the Market Square.
There will be a competition to guess the number of mice and prizes will be awarded to the closest guess.
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Revesby Country Fair
4th August 2019
The great day out for all the family!
14th September 2019
Our Autumn Festival has been running for the last two years and is a celebration of everything good about Lincolnshire.
There are plenty of businesses offering have‐a‐go activities, from bush‐craft to axe throwing, forestry demonstrations, cookery & craft demonstrations, plus retail therapy with a huge variety of top class products on display. Live folk music from very talented artists will be playing throughout the day with food available to suit every tastebud!
Open 10am – 4pm.
Myths and legends of the wild (ish) wood
15th September 2019
Discovering the roots of tree lore Snipe Dales Country Park on the A1195 between Winceby and Lusby TF3302 6819 - 2.00 pm – 4.30pm
A guided walk of approximately 4 miles. Weaving folklore, practical magic tips and tales of woodland wisdom with advice on tree care and the everyday usefulness of woodland products.
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