Sunset is the cue for wildlife to emerge: using bat detectors and moth traps discover what creatures are found around Roswell Pits once night has fallen. Previous searches here have revealed good numbers of bats, including Daubenton’s, a large species often viewed skimming over the water. Numerous species of moths have also been recorded, including stunning elephant hawkmoth, beautiful burnished brass www.wildlifebcn.org/events/2018-09-21-creatures-night
Paints loud and colourful scenes from around the world and beautiful portraits in acrylic and oils to create an atmosphere of drama and passion” This is her second solo exhibition. Vivienne, a Royston based artist, mainly exhibits with the Cambridge Drawing Society and the Royston Arts Society.
Open Day at Woodston Ponds Nature Reserve as part of the Nene Valley Festival, with guided walks, wildlife trails, wildlife craft activities, displays and plenty more. www.wildlifebcn.org/events/2018-09-23-woodston-ponds-nature-reserve-open-day
Sandon is delighted to welcome local author and RHS award-winning designer Philippa Pearson to open its popular annual fete this year as it celebrates 50 years of Gardeners World. In keeping with the theme, villagers are invited to enter the gardening competitions with entries for living art, impressive veg, veggie animals, biggest bloom and photographs of their gardens through the seasons as well as the hotly contested best homemade preserve, chutney and jam competitions. Living Art, Dog Show, Chocolate Fountain, Human Fruit Machine